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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Established Over 50 Years. 

° °ooo° c0 

FOR VARIETY AND SOUND 
VALUE 

IN 

GENERAL DRAPERY 
AND OUTFITTING 

VISIT 

Alexander Hird's 

DRAPERY AND OUTFITTING 
ESTABLISHMENTS 

28 KEPTIE STREET 



AND 



258 HIGH STREET 

ARBROATH. 







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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Telephone No. 82. 



JAMES JACK 

Pharmaceutical Chemist 

Manufacturer of Aerated Mineral Waters, 

1 02 HIGH STREET, Arbroath 

Invites the attention of the Public to his 



Mineral Waters 

In the production of which only the Purest 
and Best I are t:rr ; 

The Various E. are of the Highest. 

and are supplied at Moderate Prices. 

Water used is Carefully Filtered and 
Guaranteed Perfectly Pure. 



To be had of all Licensed Dealers & Grocers 



ORDERS LEFT AT 

102 HIGH STREET 

PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JAMES PETEI 

High-Glass Itadies' and Gent's Tailor. 




TWEED AND WORSTED SUITINGS 

SCOTCH AND ENGLISH 
TROUSERINGS. 

SERGES, VICUNAS, AND COATINGJ 
IN BLACK AND BLUE. 

OVERCOATINGS IN ALL THE 
NEWEST MATERIALS. 



SHIRTS, BRACES, TIES & HOSIERS 



A SPLENDID SELECTION CAN 
ALWAYS BE HAD. 



CUSTOMERS MAY RELY ON ALL GOODS BEING 
THOROUGHLY UP-TODATE. 



24, 26, 28 Commerce Street, 



ARBROATH 



rhirty-Fifth Year of issue. 



Copyright, 



f 



flrbroatl) year Book 



AND 



eastern ForfarsDire Directory 

CONTAINING 

.1ST OF HOUSEHOLDERS IN ARBROATH, WITH 
DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS, CHURCHES, 
SOCIETIES, FARMERS, AND OTHER RESI- 
DENTS IN CARNOUSTIE, FRIOCKHEIM AND 
SURROUNDING DISTRICT, 



For 1935. 




PUBLISHED BY 

THE ARBROATH HERALD LIMITED, 

BROTHOCK BRIDGK, ARBROATH. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Established 1860. 



Telephone 104. 



§ BUiLDiNG CONTRACTOR 

I Expert Shop Fitter &- Cabinet Joiner 

f Rowland C. Farquhar 

| Property and Insurance Agent 

j ■ 6^8 HILL PLACE, ARBROATH 



Contfacor to H.M. Office of Works. 

New and Artistic Shop Fronts, Smart Signboards, 
Quaint Swing Signs and Stall'Boards. 

Bar, Bank, and Office Fitments and Furnishings. 

Show Cases and Shop Fittings of Refinement and 
Distinction for all Trades. 

In Domestic Joinery, the Remodelling of Fireplaces 
and Mantelpieces is a Speciality in which we 
Excel. 

Our Work is Distinctive and Attractive, and enjovs an 
Unrivalled Reputation for Originality, Character 
and Good Taste. 

Our Prices are Right - the Lowest — compatible with 
the Very Best Workmanship only. 



IMPORTANT LOCAL 
CONTRACTS EXECUTED: 

Arbroath Infirmary, over £3000 

Arbroath Parish Church 

over £2500 

Arbroath High School 

over £2300 

And many others. 



o TECTONIC DIPLOMAS 

© 

o m 

o General Building, Carpentry 

§ and Joinery, Architectural 

O Design, Sui /eying, etc. 

(la Ecclesiastical Furniture, 

° Fitments and Memorials. 



««do6aot>£ i 

)K ./o DDOO.OOO O V.' 



Telegrams: '* Firemaster," Arbroath. 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 


7 


CONTENTS. 






Page 




Page 


Assessments 


•• 73 


Foresters, A.O. 


• • 94 


Agricultural Society 


• • 92 


Friendly Societies 


93 


Ambulance Corps 


■ ■ 91 


Gaelic Society 


.. 91 


Ambulance Van 


.. 78 


Gas Corporation, 


.. 78 


Angling Clubs, 


.. 104 


Gardeners, Free 


•• 93 


Arbroath Abbey 


.. 78 


Golf Clubs 


.. 103 


Arbroath During 1924 


•• 33 


Guildry Incorporation 


.. 92 


Arbroathian Clubs, Societies, 


&c. 96 


Highland Pipe Band ... 


92 


Art College, Hospitalfield 


• • 90 


Holidays 


•• 73 


Asylum Committee 


212 


Householders' List of ... 


[09-191 


Beh Rock Signal Tower 


.. 89 


Health Insurance Committee 


87 


B.W.T.A. 


.. IOI 


Incorporated Trades . . . 


•92-93 


Blind Mission 


.. IOI 


Instrumental Band 


.. 92 


British Legion ^ 


., 102 


Insurance Com. Representatives 87 


Benefit Societies 


■■ 95 


Infirmary 


91 


Black Watch Association 


102 


I.O.G.T." Lodges 


••94-95 


Bowling Clubs 


• • 103 


Justice of Peace Court 


.. 211 


Boy Scouts 


102 


Labour Organisations 


97 j 


Brotherhood 


99 


League of Nations Union 


97 • 


Burns Club 


91 


Liberal Associations ... 


•■96-97 


Cage Bird Society 


92 


Library Committee 


90 1 


Calendar 


■• 15 


Licensing Courts 


.. 87 


Canine Society 


92 


Licensing Court (County) 


.. 212 1] 


Cattle Markets 


• ■ 13 


Lifeboat Committee 


.. 89 


Cemeteries 


.. 78 


Literary Club 


.. 91 : 


Chamber of Commerce 


.. 96 


Magistrates 


■• 75 ; 


Charitable Societies 


.. 100-1 


Map 


..22-23 j 


Choral Union 


... 92 


Marine Lights 


25 i ! 


Churches 


...S3-86 


Masonic Lodges 


• •93-94 


Clothing Societies 


.. 100 


Members of Parliament 


71 ji 


Children's League of Pity 


.. IOI 


?tIeteorological Station 


.. 92 


Coast Guard 


.. 89 


Miniature Rifle Club ... 


.. I02 


Co-Operative Associations 


... 95 


Missionary Organisations 


99-IOO 


County Council, 


.. 210 


Mortifications 


..79-81 


County Officials, 


.. 210 


Municipal Constituency 


71 


Cricket Club 


104 


Municipal Representatives 


77 


Customs and Excise 


.. 87 


Museum 


90 


Dale Industrial School 


... 90 


National League 


.. 92 


District Directory, 


.. 210 


Natural Historv Association 


... 91 


Dramatic Societies 


.. 92 


New Club 


■ • 9i 


Domino Club 


... 102 


Nursing Association 


.. IOI 


Education Authority, 


210 


Oddfellows 


94 


Educational Institute of For- 


Old Age Pensions 


.. 87 


farshire 


... 90 


Outdoor Pastimes 


.. 103 


Fairs 


... 13 


Parish Council ... 


.. 78 


Farmers in E. Forfarshire, 


■■• 233 


Parliamentary Constituency 


71 


Farmers' Club 


... 98 


Philanthropic Societies 


.. 100-1 


Fire Brigade, 


... 78 


Picture Gallery 


.. 90 


Fishermen's Associations, 


... IOI 


Political Associations ... 


96-97 


Fishing Boats 


17 


Police Court 


•• 78 { 


Football Club 


... 104 


Population of Burgh ... 


■• 73 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Established Upwards of 1 00 Years 

Where to Do Your Shopping 

AT 

GEO. HARRIS' 

Family Butcher, Game 
Dealer and Poulterer 

29 Millgate, Arbroath 



Telephone |jf p Telephone 

No. 24 'j^^^WmM^S^- No. 24 



SPECIALITIES. 

PRIME BEEF and MUTTON— Large and Fresh Stock 
on hand at all times. 

VEAL and LAMB in Season. 

Always in Stock, SALT ROUNDS— Plain and Spice 
Pickled. 

POULTRY— Neatly Dressed— Ready for Table. 

Large Supplies of RABBITS in Season. 




ARBROATH YEAR BOOK 



( ONTKN'i'iS— Co/ttirt/Kiti. 



Page 

Postal Information 17-19 

Presbyterial Associations ... 100 

Presbyteries 

Prohibition Party 

Public Boards, Societies, &c 

Public Halls 

Public Health Hospital 

Public Officials 

Railway Agents 

Rates find Taxes for 1924-25... 73 

Rechabites, I.O. 94 

Red Cross Society 102 

Red Triangle Club 99 

Registrar's Office 87 

Review of the Year ... ...33-69 

Salvation Army 86 

Savings Bank 96 

School Management Committee 8g 

Schools 89-90 

Scientific Association 91 

Shepherds, L.O.A 94 

Sheriff Court 

Ship Brokers 

Scottish National League 
Shipping, Arbroath 

EASTIiRN 

Arbirlot 

Auchmithie, .. ... ... 228 

Carmyllie 227 

Carnoustie, Barry, Panbride, 212-222 

229 

233 

210 



Page 
Shipwrecked Fishermen's Be- 
nevolent Society 101 

Sick Societies 100 

Soldiers' & Sailors Help Society 101 
S.P.C.C. and S.P.C.A. ... 101 

Sports Clubs 103 

Swimming Clubs M>4 

Tennis Club 103 

Territorial Force ... ... 102 

Tide Table .. ... ... 27 

Town Council 75 

Town Improvement Association 96 
Trades & Professions, Arbroatij 

193-209 

Trade Unions 97-98 

Unionist Association, ...96-97 

Valuation of Arbroath and St 

Vigeans 

Ward Committees 

Whist Club ... 

Women's Co Operative Guild 
Workers' Educational Assoc. 
Yearly Benefit Societies 
Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. 



73 
78 

103 

99 

99 

95 
99 



Colli st on 

Farmers in E. Forfarshire 

Forfarshire Countv Council 



92 
17 
FORFARSHIRE DIRECTORY. 

Page Page 

228 Maps of Carnoustie, pages 214-218 

Friockheim ... 222-225 

Guthrie, ... ... . .. ... 234 

Inverkeilor and L-unan... 229-230 

Kinnell and Kirkden ... 224 

St Vigeans 226 



TEbose about to flDarn>_^^ 

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WEDDING INVITATIONS. 



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to Match. 

Books of Lovely Designs sent to any Address. 



"Herald" Office, Arbroath. 



10 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. 

Rings, Watches, Stainless Cutlery, 
and Silverplate. 




Sil-ver Plate is one of the Special Features of our Stock. Tea Sets 
Of from Three to Six Pieces, from 40/= to £25. Teapots from 15/ = 

to 85/=. 





Special Stock of Dia- 
mond Rings from £5 to 
£30. Diamond & Ruby 
or Sapphire, 30/= to £10. 

We have large Stocks of all kinds of Watches 

but specialise in Gold and Silver Wrist High=Class Watch, 

Watches of Guaranteed Reliability. Gold Clock & Jewellery 
50/- to £12. Silver 17/6 to £4 10/ --. Repairs. 




(Opposite the Town House.) 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK, 



II 



Index to Advertisements. 



PAQE 

Addison, Alex., cycle agent - - 44 

Anderson & Hewit, tailors - - 192 
Anderson, C. N.. "The Stag," - - 58 
Andert-on, J. R. & CO.. joiners - - 44 
Anderson, Miss M. - - - 132 
Anderson, K. & Co., lish merchants - 198 
Arbroath Electric Light Co. - - 16S 
Arbroath French Cleaning and Art Dye- 
ing Works - - - - 144 
Arbroath Herald Limited 15S, 204, 231, 232 
Arbroath Horsehiring Co., Ltd. - 178 
Arbroath Plate Glass Insurance - - 146 
Arbroath Steam Laundry - - 144 
Astbury, It Wilson, Carnoustie, - 21G 
Atkinson, F. H., electrician - - 18 
Barnett. D. D. - - - - 186 
Beattie's Fish Depot - - - 118 
Bell Rock Tavern - - - - 170 
Black, George, joiner - - - 180 
Black, Miss, newsagent, &c. • - 70 
Booth, Wm , tailor" - - - 3S 
Brand, Win. & Son, slaters - - 142 
Briggs, W. & Sous, Ltd., Asphalte Works 134 
British Law Fire Insurance Co. - - 82 
Brown, Mrs J. H., grocer - - 135 
Brown, Robert, grocer - - - 202 
Bruce, A., newsagent - - -29 
Buist & Co., linen drapers - - 184 
Buteliart, R. T., upholsterer - - 128 
Calder Bros., builders - - - 200 
Caledonian Insurance Company - - 156 
Campbell, J. D., electrical engineer - 200 
Central Dining Rooms - . 122 
Christie & Anderson, builders - - 158 
Clark, Tho's., cycle agent - - fiO 
Cooper, George, chemist - - - 112 
Crook & Webster, plumbers - - 72 
Cuthill, James, slater - - - 60 
Donald, Arch., sen., & Son, plasterers 152,216 
Dm. dee and Arbroath Preserve Co. - 237 
Duncan, Howat, - - - 19S 
Dunlop, Mrs, confectioner - - 172 
Eddie, J. & R. B , watchmakers - - 10 
Electric Light Company Limited - 1G8 
Equitable Co-Operative Society - - 36 
Fairweather, S., & Sons, boot "nifrs. - 23S 
Fairweather. D., cycle works - - 166 
Farquhar, R. 0., joiner - - - 6 
Ferguson, Mrs, furniture dealer - - 60 
Gas Corporation - 142 
Glass, Robert, butcher, - - - ISO 
Grant, T. It., plumber - - - 124 
Grant, W. L. & Son, painters - - 114 
Grant & Laing, bakers - - - 124 
Grewar J. P. & Son, cabinetmakers - 194 
Harris, George, butcher - - 8 
Herron & Colville, plumbers - - 154 
Herron, Peter, & Sons, blacksmiths ■ 150 
High School, Arbroath - - - 88 
High, Wm., jeweller - - - 46 
Hird, A., draper - 162 
Hunter, G. R., boot repairer - - 176 
Hutchison, D., draper - - - 30 
Jack, James, aerated water manufacturer 3 
Jamieson & Son, plasterers - - 30 
Jeffrey, Alexander, Shakespeare Inn - 38 



PAOK 

105 

60 
Kerr, Mrs D., potted meat manufacturer 166 



Johnston's Emporium 
Keith, George, sailmai.er 



Knight, Robert, baker - - - 136 

Kyd, D. - - - - 72 

Kydd, James, & Sons, joiners - - 143 

Lamb, John, butcher - - - 20 

Law, James, & Son, motor engineers - 46 

Lochland Street Garage - - - 156 

M'Lean, William, Lochlands Bar - 28 

MacFarlane, R. A., motor engineer - 182 

Macdonald, D. R.. hatter - - 16 

Mackay & Co. , cabinetmakers - - 136 

MaeLaren Bros., - 132 

Martin, J. B., newsagent - - 126 

Matthew, M. & Son, clothiers - - 74 

Mitchell, C. P., grocer - - - 172 

Mitchell, J. & Son, slaters - - 66 

Moffat, Josepli, umbrella-maker - 160 

Moir, J. K., costumier - - - 110 

Moonlight. Charles, tailor - - 134 

Morrison, W., plasterer - - - 158 

M uir, Son & ,1'at ton, - - - 140 

Myles, C.Y., & Sons, tailors - - 239 

Northern Assurance Company - - 120 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society - 138 

Olympia - - - - - 24 

Olympia Chocolate Store - - 116 

Palace - - - - - 14 

Paterson, Sons & Co., niusicseilers - 70 

Pa ton, T. C, draper - - - 29 

Peddle, W. B., Red Lion Bar - - 26 

Pert's, Arbroath - - - - 12 

Peter, James, tailor - - - 4 

Petrie, A. G., blacksmith - - 134 

Pirie, D. jeweller - - - - 72 

Plough and Harrow Tun, - - 46 

Porteous, A. W., confectioner - - 126 

Porter, Charles, grocer - - - 30 

Rayne, John, plumber - - - 182 

Reid. A., builder and sculptor - - 192 

Reid & Cuthill - - - - 182 

Robbie, D., & Co,, cycle agents - - 190 

Robertson & Son, joiners - - 164 

Roval Exchange, Assurance - - 188 

Royal Hotel, High Street - - 29 

Rust, H. L. C, outfitter - - - 106 

Ruxton, James, chemist - - - 152 

Salmond, George, baker - - - 176 

Savege, T. & Co., painters - - 176 

Savege, T. & D., painters, - - 56 

Scott, Andrew, grocer - - - 162 

Scott, D. J., glazier - - - 26 

Scott, Mrs M., confectioner - - 128 
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co. 174 

Shepherd, James, baker - - - 116 

Singer & Booth, bootmakers - - 28 

Smith, Hood & Co., - - - 108 

Soutar, Carnegie, baker - - 154 

Stephen, R. O., fish merchant - - 166 

Stevenson Bros., dyers, Dundee - - 130 

Stewart, G., butcher - - - 128 

Stewart, Miss, fancy draper - - 112 

Swan, James, tish merchant, - 36 

Sword, James, china merchant - - 130 

Thomson, James A., ironmonger - 162 



12 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Restful- 
Upholstery 




Furnish the Home 
At PBRT'S 

No matter what kind of Furniture and Furnishings you 
require, we can supply them at prices which defy competi- 
tion. We have always on hand a Splendid Selection of 
Chesterfields, Bedroom Suites, Drawing Room and Dining 
Room Furniture, Kitchen Furniture, &c, &c. It is a good 
plan to come and compare the values at PERT's before 
making a purchase of Furniture. 

PERT'S 

The House Supreme for Quality Furniture 
14, 16, 18 APPLEGATE and 178 HIGH STREET 

Also at 29 LORDBURN ARBROATH 

Telephone No. 44 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS— Continued. 



PAGE 

Thomson, William, butcher - 107 

Thornton, David, & Son, drapers - 56 

Thornton, James, joiner - - - 126 

Vernon, P. M., Seedsman, - 170 

Victoria Cafe - - 122 

Walker, D. Y., butcher - - - 70 

Waverley Temperance Hotel - - US 

White Hart Hotel - - - - 196 



PAGE 

Whitton, Charles P. - 112 

Will, A., Carnoustie - - - 216 

Williamson, W. B. ... 114 

Winton, James, • - - 21 

Wilson, D.T., cabinetmaker, front & bai'k cov«r 
Wood, Norah H , dressmaker - ■ 60 

Yorkshire Insurance • - - 148 

Young. D. ,& Sou, cartwrights - - 114 



DISTRICT RAILWAY AGENTS. 

Friockheim — Stationmaster, Allan Johnston. Gutlirie— Stationmaster, John Ander- 
son. Glasterlaw — Stationmaster, J. G. Turnbull. Leysmill— Stationmaster, 
James M'Lean. Colliston — Stationmaster, George M'Laren. Elliot — Station- 
master — Alexander Stewart. East Haven— Stationmaster, Robert Cold well. 
Carnoustie — Stationmaster, William Robertson. Letham Grange — Stationmaster, 
Alexander Tarbet. Cauldcots — Stationmaster, James Wood. Inverkeilor — Sta- 
tionmaster — J G. Gibb. Lunan Bay — Stationma-ter, (Interim Stationmaster). 



CARRIERS TO AND FROM ARBROATH. 

To Auchmithie — T. Smith, daily. 

To Inverkeilor — J. Chapman, Marywell, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

To Carmyllie— A. Webster, Redford; John Kydd, Greystone— to Arbroath on Sats. 

To Friockheim — R. Rea, Bog Lane. 

To Dundee -Byars & Mitchell. Mini] Loch, Daily. 



FAIRS, TRYSTS, AND CATTLE MARKETS IN ARBROATH AND DISTRICT. 

The date of Markets, etc., in 1925 are given within Brackets. 
March — Arbroath and Arbirlot (hiring), first Saturday (,7th). 
April — Carmyllie (cattle), last Tuesday (iStli). 
May— Arbroath (hiring), Saturday, if 28th, or first Saturday after (30lh) ; Letham 

(.cattle and luring), on or about 29th. 
July — Arbroath (hiring, &c.),'18th if Saturday; if not, first Saturday after (ISth). 
November — Arbroath (hiring), Saturday if 28th, or first Saturday after (2Sth) ; 

Letham (hiring), on or about 28th. 



All Kinds of COMMERCIAL PRINTING 

DONE WITH DESPATCH AT 

The "Arbroath Herald" Office 

BROTHOCK BRIDGE 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Arbroath's Premier Picture House : 

The Palace 

JAMES STREET, ARBROATH. Phone 212. 

Proprietors— The Scottish Cinema and Variety Theatres Limited. 



THE 
RESORT 
of the 
Elite. 

The 

Prettiest 
And Best 
Equipped 
Theatre 
In the 
Provinces. 

Our Aim, 
As Always, 
To Entertain 
To Elevate 

To Amuse 




Mr R. B. STEWART, Manager. 



THE 
HOME 
Of Good 
Entertainment 

THE 
HOME 
Of Good 
Music 

THE 
HOME 
Of Good 
Pictures 

THE 
HOUSE 
Of 
Distinction 



Always an Up-to-Date Programme 

You are sure of a Pleasant Everting at the Palace. 

Continuous Performance, 7 to 10-30. Saturday, 6-30 and 8-30. 

Doors Open at 6.30. Doors Open at 6 and 8 20. 

People's Popular Prices. Seats may be Booked in Advance, 3d extra. 

Children's Matinee every Saturday at 2-30. 



Doors Open at 2 o'clock. 



Send thk Raiuns. 





ARBROATH YEAR BOOR 




,- i 

1 O 


January . 


a 


ilendar for 1925. 






February. 




March 


29 


Sun ... 4 11 18 


25 


Sun 1 8 15 22 ... 


Sun 


1 8 15 22 


Mon .. 5 12 IP 


26 


Mon 2 9 16 23 ... 


Mon 


2 9 16 23 


30 
31 


Tue ... 6 13 20 


27 


Tue 3 10 17 24 ... 


Tue 


3 10 17 24 


Wed ... 7 14 21 


28 


Wed 4 11 IS 25 ... 


Wed 


4 11 18 25 


... ! 


Thu 1 8 15 22 


29 


Thu 5 12 19 26 ... 


Thu 


5 12 19 26 




Fri 2 9 16 23 


30 


Fri 6 13 20 27 .. 


Fri 


6 13 20 27 




Sat 3 10 17 24 
April. 


31 


Sat 7 14 21 28 ... 


Sat 


7 14 21 28 






May. 




June. 




Sun ... 5 12 19 


26 


Sun 3 10 17 24 31 


Sun 


7 14 21 


28 


Mon ... 6 13 20 


27 


Mon 4 11 18 25 ..-. 


Mon 


1 8 15 22 


29 


Tue . 7 14 21 


28 


Tue 5 12 19 26 ... 


Tue 


2 9 16 23 


30 j. 


Wed 1 8 15 22 


29 


Wed 6 13 20 27 ... 


Wed 


3 10 17 24 


i 


Thu 2 9 16 23 


30 


Thu 7 14 21 28 ,.. 


Thu 


4 11 18 25 


... j 


Fri 3 10 17 24 




Fri 1 8 15 22 29 ... 


Fri 


5 12 19 26 




Sat 4 11 18 25 




Sat 2 9 16 23 30 ... 


Sat 


6 13 20 27 




Jtllj . 




A ugust. 




September. 


1 


Sun ... 5 12 19 


26 


Sun 2 9 16 23 30 


Sun 


... 6 13 20 


27 


Mon ... 6 13 20 


27 


Mon 3 10 17 24 31 


Mon 


... 7 14 21 


28 


Tue ... 7 14 21 


28 


Tue 4 11 18 25 ... 


Tues 


1 8 15 22 


29 


Wed 1 8 15 22 


29 


Wed 5 12 19 26 ... 


Wed 


2 9 16 23 


30 


Thu 2 9 16 23 


30 


Thu 6 13 20 27 ... 


Thu 


3 10 17 24 




Fri 3 10 17 24 


31 


Fri 7 14 21 28 ... 


Fri 


4 11 18 25 




Sat 4 11 18 25 




Sat 1 8 15 22 29" ... 


Sat 


5 12 19 26 




October. 




November. 




December. 




Sun ... 4 11 18 


25 


Sun 1 S 15 22 29 


Sun 


... 6 13 20 


27 


Mon ... 5 12 19 


26 


Mon 2 9 16 23 30 


Mon 


... 7 14 21 


28 


Tue ... 6 13 20 


27 


Tue 3 10 17 24 ... 


Tue 


1 8 15 22 


29 


Wed ... 7 14 21 


28 


Wed 4 11 IS 25 ... 


Wed 


2 9 16 23 


30 


Thu 1 8 15 22 


29 


Thu 5 12 19 26 ... 


Thu 


3 10 17 24 


31 


Fri 2 9 16 23 


30 


Fri 6 13 20 27 ... 


Fri 


4 11 18 25 




Sat 3 10 17 24 


31 


Sat 7 14 21 28 ... 


Sat 


5 12 19 26 




I'ttUMS IN soon, 
Uaniu.kmas. - - - 2 

WllITSI MIMl. - 1 
Lammas - - - 1 
Martinmas - - I 


ANli. I'EltMH IN 
nd February | Lady-day. 
5th May. ' Midsummer. 
at August. Michaelmas-day. - 
tli November. j Christmas Day. 


KNOI.AN1). 

2Pth March 
24th .June. 
29th Sei.t 
25th [>ec j 


Under Act of i'ailiauie 
otherwise ajjreeo 


it the 
. is no 


ueriod for removal in Scotland and for ew 
in on '28th May anil S.St.'h November, clay a 


yagemeut of servant* 
ft.ei- if SiHidav 

: 



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YEAR BOOK 4UVERTISEMENTS. 




GLOVES 



FOR 



CHILDREN 
LADIES AND 
GENTLEMEN 

BEST MAKES Kept in Stock 



Red Lichtie Collars 

Red Lichtie Caps 

Red Lichtie Shirts 

Red Lichtie Underclothing 



Registered. 



All Guaranteed. 



Handkerchiefs, Braces, Ties, Scarves, 
Golfing Jackets, Sweaters, etc., etc. 



D. R. Macdonald 

Batter, Rosier, 6Iooer, and tartan Specialist 

Fit o the Port and 23 Commerce St., 

Telephone No. 250. ARBROATH 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



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POST OFFICE INFORMATION. 



POSTMASTER, T. COLMAN. 



HOURS OF ATTENDANCE. 



For Sale of Stamps. Registration of Let- 
ters, &c 

,, Payment and Sale of Postal Orders ... 
,, Money Orders. Tnland Revenue Stamps, 

and Licenses 
,, Savings Bank Government Annuity, 

and Insurance Business 
., Telephone and Telegraph Business ... 



Week Days. 


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7 p m 


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INWARD MAILS.— Hours of Town Delivery of Letters and Parcels. 



iRt. English Day Mail— London, Ireland, places Abroad, Edin- \ 

burgh, Dundee, and Scotland generally, ... I 7.30 a.m. 

2nd. London Night Mail— England. Ireland. Glasgow, Dundee, and f 10.30 a.m. 
Edinburgh, Aberdeen and the North, > and 

3rd. Aberdeen, the North, Brechiu, Montrose, Forfar, Broughty- I 4.30 p.m. 
Ferry, Carnoustie. Dundee. England, Edinburgh. Glasgow, Fife- I except 
shire, and London. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... > Sat. 

Saturday, Free Delivery, 4.50 to 5.50. After 5.50 search fee of 3d charge". 



OUTWARD MAILS.— Latest Hour for Posting. 



REGISTRATION.— Letters can b« Registered with an 
additional fee of 4d Tip to the hour of closing the 
Letter Box. 



FOE, 
TOWN DELIVERY, 



London and Enelish Mails. Edinburgh, Dundee, 
North Forfarshire, Rural Districts 

Friockheim. ... 

Glasgow and West. Ireland, 

Dundee, London, and North of England Mails, 
and Scotland except Edinburgh, 

Dundee and Fdinburgh and the South, North 
of Kngland, ... v^ 

Glasgow, West of Scotland, London, all 
England, Forfar, and Friockheim, 

London, Dundee and Yorkshire, 

Dundee, Edit burgh. London, and Yorkshire, ... 

Glasgow. P-rth. Brechin, Forfar, Montrose, 
Kirriemuir, Liverpool, London, and Eng- 
land generally 

Aberdeen and the North, ... ... 

A 11 .'parts via Dundee, 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LIGHT IN 
THE HOME 




You can now Light your House by Electricity with a First- 
Class Plant at a Really Low Price. 

The Armstrong Whitworth 

Electric Lighting Set, as illustrated above, is Cheap and 
really Reliable. We can give you Expert Advice. 



Contractors for Complete Electric Lighting, Heating, 

Power, Telephone, and Bell Installations. 

Wireless Sets and Components. 



F H. ATKINSON 

Electrical, Mechanical, and Motor Engineer, 

20-22 MILLGATE, ARBROATH 



'Phone No. 281 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



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Letter Post. 

To and from all parts of the United King- 
dom:— Not exceeding 2 oz., Hd ; not over 4 oz. 
2d ; for every additional 2 oz. ^d. Limit— 24 
ins. in length, 12 in. in width, and 12 in. 
in depth, 5 lbs. in weight. A letter posted 
unpaid is chargeable on delivery with double 
postage, and a letter posted insufficiently 
paid is charged double the deficiency. The 
penny stamp now issued can be used either 
as a postage or receipt stamp. Postage 
to India, British Colonies, and Protector- 
ates, Australian Colonies, and Rhodesia, 
and the United States of America are now 
charged ljd per 1 oz., and Id for each succeed- 
ing oz. All other parts 2Jd per 1 og. ; l£d 
for each additional oz. 



Post Cards. 

Post-cards, available for transmission in 
die United Kingdom, Id ; reply cards, 2d. 
Picture Post Cards with under five conven- 
tional words, £d. 



Printed Paper Rate. 

Not exceeding 2 oz., M ; not exceeding 4 
oz., Id ; and ^ for every additional 1 oz. 

Postage on Registered Newspapers. 

On each Registered Newspaper, the post 
age is, not exceeding 6 oz., Id. For every 
additional oz. or fraction, Jd. No packet of 
newspapers must exceed 5 lbs. in weight 
or 2 ft. in length, or 1 ft. in width or depth. 

Redirection. 

Letters,cards, newspapers, books.and samples 
are redirected free of charge if reposted un- 
opened within 24 hours after delivery. Cards, 
newspapers, and books which cannot be 
delivered, and upon which a postage fee of 
one penny only has been prepaid, are 
chargeable with fresh postage when returned 
to the senders. 

Post Office Telegrams. 

The charge for telegram-! throughout tli 
United Kingdom is Is for 12 words, and Id 
for every additional word. Addresses are 
charged for. Postage stamps are used for 
payment. 

Money Orders for tne United Kingdom. 

Money Orders are granted in the United 
Kingdom as follows : For sums not exceed- 
ing £::, 4d; £10, 6d; £20, Sd ; £30 
lOd ; £40, Js. Money Orders may be sent 
by Telegraph at same rates plus 2d each 
order. A charge is made at the ordinary 
inland rate for the official telegram of 
advice. 



Money Orders Payable Abroad 

are granted in the United Kingdom as follows 
— On sums not exceeding £1, 6d ; £2, 1/- ; £3, 
1/6; £4, 1/9 ; 3d additional per £1. 



Postal Orders. 

Postal Orders for fixed sums are issued at 
the following rates : — On those for 6d, up bo 
2s 6d, Id ; 2s 6d to 15s, ljd ; 6d upwards to 
21s, by sixpences. 



Inland Parcel Post. 



On all inland parcels not exceeding 2 lb., 


6d 


5 lb., 


9d 


8 1b., 


1/- 


111b., 


1/3 



Registration and Compensation. 

Sultject to the conditions as to Registra- 
tion, compensation for loss or damage is 
given in respect of Inland Registered Packets 
of all kinds according to the following : — 
3d, £5 ; 4d, £20 ; and Id each additional' £20 
up to £400. 



Post Office Savings Bank. 

No deposit of less than a shilling is 
received, nor any pence, and not more than 
£50 in one year. No furtlier deposit is 
allowed when the amount standing in de- 
positor's name amounts to £200, inclusive of 
interest. Interest is allowed at the rate of 
2i per cent, (or sixpence in the pound) per 
annum — that is, at the rate of one halfpenny 
per pound per month. Separate accounts 
may be opened in the names of wife and 
children. Any person can now invest at any 
Post Office Savings Bank small sums in 
Government Stock. The amount of Stock 
which can be purchased or sold at one time 
is now reduced to the nominal sum of Is. Not 
more than £200 can be invested in any oue 
year, and the total amount, paid by any one 
investor must not exceed £500. 



Government Insurance and Annuities. 

The lives of persons of either sex between 
the ages of 14 and 65 may be insured for not 
less than £5 nor more than £100. The sums 
charged for deferred annuities, or deferred 
monthly allowances, vary with the age and 
sex of the person on whose life it is to depend 
ai>d with the conditions of the contract 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DO YOUR SHOPPING 



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Poulterer 

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One Quality Only-THE BEST. 



JOHM LfiMB 

Corner of Commence St. & High St. 

ARBROATH. ^.^ lg20 . 



Telephone No. 94. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. . 21 

Arbroath's Greatest — 
Attraction! 

Winton's 
Arbroath 
ROCK 

THE LAST WORD IN PURITY 

AND EXCELLENCE. 

SOLE MAKER : ' 

JAMES WINTON 

MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONER, 

31 West Port & 59 Guthrie Port 

ARBROATH. 



24 



YEAR EOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Arbroath's Leading Family 
Picture House. 

combini'ng education with amusement. 

Resident Manager— W. W. MITCHELL. 

OLYMPIA 

PICTURE THEATRE. 

telephone no? 197. 



CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE 

6-30 to 10-30 Each Evening. 

SATURDAY— TWO HOUSES, 6-30 & 8-30. 



An Olympia Theatre Presentation is a Guarantee 
of Quality. 

For Good & Suitable Music, Cleanliness & Comfort, 
Unbeaten Anywhere. 



Seats may be Booked without any Extra Booking Fee. 



Children's Matinee— Saturdays, 2-30. 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



36 



No. AH. Boat'aNamt 
5 Agnes, 
T Barbara Beattie, 

10 Sceptre, - 

11 Annie Smith, - 

12 Prospect Ahead , 
14 Livelihood, 

16 Pathfinder, 
IT White Rose, 

18 May Queen, 

19 Vanguard 

26 Nellie Cargill, - 

21 Dutiful, 

57 lUstless Ocean, 

38 Golden Rule, - 

34 Maggie Smith, 

38 Agnes and Betsy, 

41 Comely, - 

43 Silver Cloud, - 

47 Provider, - 

48 Violet, - 

50 Annie and Nellie 

51 L sa rig, 
Mother's Joy, - 



FISHING BOATS 



Owner's Name. 
Hugh Swankie 
David Beattie 
W. Swankie 
Robt Smith. 
Tlios. Swankie 
James Smith 
Andrew Cargill 
David Swankie 
Thos. Beattie 
David Smith 
David Cargill 
Jas. Shepherd 
Peter Smith 
Geo. Smith 
John Bruce 
Joseph Shepherd 
Wm. Swankie 
W. Smith 
John Bruce 
Charles Smith 
James Swankie 
Adam Cargill 
William Cargill 



No. A II . Boat's Name. 
57 Cheerful, 
00 1Ha»gie Ann Bruce, 
65 Sunshine, 
(58 Sunbeam, 
63 Queen of the Fleet, 
73 lapwing - 

88 Rose 

89 The Morning Star, - 

118 Annie 

119 Pioneer 
125 Guiding Star - 

137 Secret 

138 Maggie and Sarah, 
141 Aurora 
153 Isabella - 
176 Fidelity, - 
190 Elizabeth &ThreeSiste 
199 Isabel 
213 Glad Tidings - 
216 Caller Ou' 

Mary, 
31 Our Boys, 



Ownei'w Name. 
D. 8. Shepherd 
D. Shepherd 
Hngh Swankie 
Robert Cargill 
Alex. Beattie 
James Robb 
Joseph Cargill 
James Cargill 
David Beattie 
W. Teviotdale 
Davi.i Smith 
D. 8. Shepherd 
Robt. Cargill 
Alex. Smith 
Win. Smith 
G. Shepherd 
s David Cargill 
Alex. Cargill 
William Cargill 
S. Smith 
James Swankie 
H. Robb 



Almost all the Boats now fishing out of_the Port have Motors fitted. 



MARINE LIGHTS FORFARSHIRE COAST. 

Arbroath— Lat. 56, 33, 0, N., Long., 2, 35, 0. W. East Pier—X light, red. All 
lights are changed to green when dangerous to enter. West Pier — I white 
light, fix. Reflected light. Gong in fog, in answer to vessels' signal.. Two 
fixed green lights, electric, leading lights, kept in one lead into harbour 

Bell Rock.— Lat. 56, 26, 3, N., Long., 2, 23, 6, W. Near N. end of reef. 1 light, 
flash every 30 seconds, in the order of red flash of 2 seconds, eclipsed 28 
seconds, then a white flash of 2 seconds, eclipsed 28 seconds, visible 15 miles, 
the base of lighthouse is covered about 10 feet at high water. Fog explosive 
signal given every 5 minutes. 

Auchmithie. — Pierhead — 1 white light, fixed, when boats are out. 



26 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Red Lion Bar $mh 2A Barngreen 



SS 5, %tt&i'J < 3S= 



WHISKIKS, BRANDIES, RUMS and 
. WINES of the REST VINTAGES. . 

DRAUGHT and BOTTLED BEERS 
always in SPARKLING CONDITION. 



WILLIAM B. PEDDIE 

Wine and Spirit Merchant 
2 & 4 BARNGREEN, ARBROATH. 



DAVID J.SCOTT 

Glass Merchant and Glazier 



Dealer in Sheet, Polished Plate, Silvered Plate, Rough 
Plate. Figured Rolled, Cathedral Rolled. Muffled, 
Rippled, Opal, Muranese Memorial Windows, Church 
Windows, Domestic Windows, Glass Blinds. Glass 
Embossing, Glass Bevelling. Glass Brilliant Cut, Glass 
Bending. 

Greenhouse and Roof Painting done by Experienced Workmen. 
Every Description of Plain and Ornamental Lead Glazing 

Special Designs and Estimates Submitted on Application. 



Brothock Bridge, - Arbroath 

And BANK STREET, DUNDEE. 
Telephone 107, 



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38 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

The Delight We Find 

In selling good shoes is only equalled by the 

. comfort you will find in wearing them. . 

We are Agents for the following Makers 

of Highest Grade Footwear. 

" Lotus and Delta." ** Moccasins." 
"Grenson." "C.R." 8 "Scot" 

Call and Inspect our Stock. 

Singer <S Booth 

FOOTWEAR SPECIALISTS, 

39 COMMERCE STREET, ARBROATH. 



THE LOCHLANDS BAR 

14i LOCHLANDS ST., ARBROATH 

WHISKIES, BRANDIES, RUMS, WINES, all of the 
Best Vintages. 



DRAUGHT BEER always in Sparkling Condition. 



BASS'S BEER in Bottle. 
COOMBE'S STOUT & TENNANT'S STRONG ALE. 



SITTING ACCOMMODATION. 

WM. McLEAN, Proprietor. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 29 

A. BRUCE. 

Bookseller, Stationer, and Tobacconist. 

*. 

Splendid Selection of Toys, Games, and other Goods 
at Reasonable Prices. 



8 WEST PORT, ARBROATH. 



Telegrams— " Royal Hotel, Arbroath. 

Excellent Service. Charges Moderate. 



ROYAL HOTEL, 

HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 



Entirely Remodelled and Redecorated, and is now one 
of the Leading Hotels in the District. 



First=Class Family and Commercial. 



MRS MARGARET C ALDER, Manageress. 

T. C. PATON, 

General Draper and Outfitter, 
63 HELEN STREET, ARBROATH. 



Goods of First-Class Quality Only Stocked. 
Prices Moderate. 



30 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



D. JAMESON £r SON 

Plasterers and Cement Workers 

4 Gravesend, Arbroath, & Kinloch St., Carnoustie 

PLAIN and ORNAMENTAL WORK a Speciality. Cement Work, White 
Washing and Lime Washing done. Jobbing of all Descriptions in Town 
and Country Carefully and Promptly attended to. Special Quotations for House 
and Factory Proprietors, Factors, etc. Fireproof Fabric Plaster made to order 
on the Premises. Estimates Given, 

House Address -2 MARKET PLACE, Arbroath. 



DaVID HUTCHISON 

Draper and milliner 

i WEST PORT, ARBROATH 

* 

Black and Coloured Silks, Dress Stuffs, Household Napery. 

Blankets, and a Large Assortment of Beautiful Down Quilts, 
at Very Moderate Prices. 

Always in Stock, a Splendid Assortment of the Famous ' ' St 
Margaret's " Blouses. 

SPORTS COATS, JUMPERS, AND HOSIERY. 

Mey's La Cybele Corsets, Nuvo Corsets, St Margaret's Corsets. 



MILLINERY 



PROVISIONS of Quality at Keenest Prices. 



Charles Porter 

Grocer and Wine Merchant, CAIRNIE STREET 

Bottled Beers & Stout always in Splendid Condition. 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



33 



Arbroath During 1924. 



The year that has iioa just 
drawn to a close has nor been 
marked by anv event of more than 
local interest as have the years im- 
mediately preceding it. The back- 
wash of the war and the resultant 
industrial depression has been very 
keenly felt in our town, and, as is 
always the case, when trade is not 
brisk, every section of communal 
life reflects that condition. If one 
were to be asked to name the most 
memorable event one might pro- 
bably recall the visit on September 
ath of the Premier, Mr J. Ramsay 
Macdonald, to unveil a memorial in 
the Public Library to the- late J. 
W. Herald, the Arbroath artist. 
The Premier's visit which syn- 
chronised with his visit to Dundee 
to receive the honour of the free- 
dom of that cit}', was not attended 
by any big civic programme, the 
time at his disposal being necessar- 
ily short, but very widespread in- 
terest was taken in the proceedings 
by all classes in the community. 
Mr Ramsay MacDonald paid a fine 
tribute to the memory of one who 
was an artist in the highest sense 
of the word, and the visit of Bri- 
tain's first Labour Prime Minister 
gave a touch of wider importance 
to the ceremony which was not 
lost upon the admirers of Herald's 
genius who were responsible tor 
the erection of the memorial. The 
Memorial, which takes the form of 
a mural tablet with bronze relief 
portrait of the artist, is placed on 
the wall at the head of the central 
staircase, and is a very creditable 
piece of work. The architect of 
the memorial was Mr C. G. Soutar, 
Dundee, nnd the sculptor Mr 
Banbury. 

Passing of Sii F. Webster. 

An event which was in itself 
memorable, and especially so in 



the almost dramatic circumstances 
of its occurrence was the passing 
away in February 5 on his waj 
south for a sojourn in Madeira, of 
Sir Francis Webster of Ashbrook, 
head of the firm of Messrs Francis 
Webster & Sons, manufacturers, 
Alma and Netherward Works. On 
February 1st, Sir Francis, on the 
occasion of his business jubilee en- I 
tertained a great gathering of his 
workers in the hall which his firm 
generously gifted to the town seve- 
ral years ago. At that memorable 
gathering Sir Francis, surrounded 
by members of his family, those 
associated with him in the conduct 
of the business, and by the hun- 
dreds of workers, men and women, 
young and old, appeared to be in 
wonderfully good health, as he cer- 
tainly was in excellent spirits. On 
the following Monday night he left 
with his daughter and his brother, 
Mr W. W. Webster, for the south. 
On the journey to Loudon shortly 
after crossing' the Border, Sir 
Francis was seized with illness and 
passed away before Newcastle was 
reached. The remains were brought 
to Arbroath and were interred in 
Arbirlot Churchyard, where other 
members of the family rest. The 
tragic occurrence created a pro- 
found feeling of regret in the town 
with which Sir Francis was so in- 
timately associated and with whose 
development and welfare he and 
his forbears had had so much to 
do. _ Sir Francis was a fine type of 
business man, alert, confident, and 
thoroughly well versed in all the 
phases of buying raw material and 
the manufacture and sale of the 
textile fabrics for which his firm 
were famous all the world over. 

A Public Spirited Citizen. 

Of perhaps, even deeper concern to 
the people of Arbroath was, how- 



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ever, the fact that Sir Francis was 
far more than merely a successful 
and progressive business man. He 
was keenly interested in every one 
of his large company of workers, 
and the ability to keep these work- 
ers fully employed was ever his 
aim, and this being so his presence 
will be missed in Arbroath for 
many a day. Sir Francis, in spite 
of the man}- calls of hie business 
took his share of public work in his 
native town, having served for a 
term on both the Town Council and 
the School Board. But it is in con- 
nection with the cause of liberal- 
ism in the Montrose Burghs that he 
took the most prominent part. He 
was a staunch Liberal of the old 
school, with strong convictions and 
the courage to express them with- 
out fear or favour. As his host on 
many occasions during his repre- 
sentation of the Montrose Burghs, 
Sir Francis enjoyed the personal 
friendship of the late Lord Morley 
to the end of his life, and was one 
of the last to whom the great 
statesman wrote politically. Sir 
Francis Webster was also deeply 
interested in the work of the In- 
firmary and held the position of 
Chairman of Directors up to the 
time of his death. 

Political Events. 

Politically the year has been 
eventful. It has witnessed the de- 
feat of the first Labour Govern- 
ment within nine months of its 
taking office, and the coming into 
power with a sweeping majority of 
a Conservative Government. The 
probability of another early appeal 
to the country was apparent from 
the moment the Labour Govern- 
ment took office, and in all the con- 
stituencies the three parties made 
it their business to keep in close 
touch with prospective candidates. 

In the Montrose Burghs the in- 
timation by Mr Leng Sturrock, the 
sitting member, that he would not 



again seek nomination in the event 
of an election laid on the Liberal 
Associations in tne Burgh the ne- 
cessity of selecting a prospective 
candidate. Several names were con- 
sidered by the members, and event- 
ually the choice fell upon Sir Robt. 
Hutchison, formerly Liberal M.P. 
for the Kirkcaldy Burghs, who, on 
the invitation of the Burghs Cen- 
tral Liberal Executive agreed to 
meet the members at Montrose and 
discuss the situation. Sir Robert's 
visit took place in April, and af- 
ter a full and frank discussion 
with the delegates, Sir Robert was 
unanimously elected to represent 
the Liberal interests in the Burghs. 
Sir Robert addressed his first 
meeting in Arbroath on 16th May, 
on which occasion in the Webster 
Memorial Hall he received an en- 
couraging welcome, and delivered 
a speech which left a most fav- 
ourable impression on his hearers, 
an impression which subsequent 
visits only helped to deepen. 

In the county the Unionist sup- 
porters were in somewhat similar 
case owing to the withdrawal of 
Captain W. T. Shaw, ex-M.P., and 
prospective Unionist candidate. 
Captain Shaw was presented with 
handsome gifts from his friends and 
former constituents in the county 
at the beginning of March, at an 
influential meeting held in Hill St. 
Masonic Hall. Early in May, Capt. 
Harry Hope was adopted as Union- 
ist candidate for the county con- 
stituency. 

The General Election. 

In October Parliament was pro- 
rogued and the date of the Gene- 
ral Election was fixed for 31st 
October. The campaign was there- 
fore a short one, and so far as the 
Burghs and Count}' were concern- 
ed was conducted with the utmost 
decorum on all sides. Though some 
talk had taken place during the 
summer regarding the feasibility 



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of running a Conservative candi- 
date, it was agreed when the Gene- 
ral Election was definitely fixed 
that the Conservative interests 
would be best served by their up- 
holders joining issues with the Li- 
berals and supporting Sir Robert 
Hutchison. The champion of the 
Socialist cause was Mr T. Barron, 
who was invited to contest the 
Burghs following the intimation of 
the withdrawal of Mr John Car- 
negie who had on two previous oc- 
casions contested the seat. Mr 
Barron proved himself an able and 
very honourable opponent, though 
it was apparent all through that 
the Liberal traditions of the Burghs 
had still a strong hold. The result 
of the election in the Montrose 
Burghs was : — 

Sir R. Hutchison, ... 9226 
Mr T. Barron (Socialist) ( 6914 

Majority, ... 2312 
Liberal majoritv at last Election 
-1685. 

The issue in the county was more 
uncertain, owing to the entrance 
for the first time in that constitu- 
ency of a Socialist candidate, and 
the defeat of the sitting member, 
Mr James Falconer, was hardly in 
the nature of a surprise to his 
friends and supporters. The So- 
cialist candidate, Mr Gallie, secur- 
ed a big vote, which was no doubt 
largely responsible for the reversal 
of the political representation of 
Forfarshire. The figures were: — 
Sir H. Hope (Cons.), 8022 
C. N. Gallie (Soc.), 3736 
James Falconer (L.), 4581 

Town Council Matters. 

During the year the Town Coun- 
cil have been troubled with many 
minor affairs, but so far as large 
and important undertakings are 
concerned, they have been marking 
time. Great schemes have been 
absent from their agenda. Never- 



theless, there have been many hap- 
penings of note. A number of dif- 
ficult problems nave presented 
themselves, and regrettable as it 
is to record, just as a good year's 
work was drawing to a close a sen- 
sational scandal in one of the de- 
partments under the Council's 
jurisprudence, was disclosed. This, 
as all other matters, was tactfully 
handled under the skilful guidance 
of Provost Anderson, and those 
who were at fault were dealt with 
accordingly. The Council also paid 
for its experience. 

An event of considerable interest 
in connection with the bonded debt 
took place when the last instal- 
ment of the expense involved in 
the working up of the Nolt Loan 
water scheme fell to be met. Not 
until Treasurer Robertson men- 
tioned the matter when submitting 
the estimates for the year in June 
did many people realise that for 
the past twenty years they had 
been paying off the debt on the 
Nolt Loan scheme. When the 
Noran scheme was started there 
was a debt on the Nolt Loan 
scheme of over ^12,000. 

Our Streets and Roads. 

The maintenance of streets and"; 
roads within the Burgh is becom-. 
ing an increasingly difficult prob- 
lem, many of the roadways being, 
in their present state, entirely un- 
suited for the heavy .motor traffic 
of the present day. In this connec- 
tion a new system of tar-spraying 
and re-surfacing was tried on the 
Class I. roads in the Burgh, includ- 
ing the Montrose Road, Dundee 
Road, and Keptie Road, and Class 
II. roads such as Addison Place, 
Stobcross, High Road Bridge, Bog 
Lane, and part of Lochland Street. 
Work has also been carried out on 
other roads. The whole question of 
roadways calls for serious consider- 
ation and it is the recommenda- 
tion of the Streets Committee that 



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this question be gone into in good 
time prior io the submission of 
next year's annual estimates. More 
money will be required to be spent 
on classified roads. Tar-spraying 
and metal chipping is not the only 
thing that is required to put them 
in the condition required for pre- 
sent-day traffic. 

Reduction in Gas Prices. 

In June the Gas Committee were 
in the fortunate position to report 
that the gross profit on the year's 
workings was (subject to audit) 
£9,489, making the total amount 
available £9,786. The total sum 
required for interest, annuities, 
sinking fund, contingency, Income 
Tax, and Harbour was £9,395, leav- 
ing a balance of £391 to carry for- 
ward for next year's workings. 
The Committee were again able to 
recommend a reduction in the 
price of gas to ordinary consumers 
The price for 1922-23 was 3/9 for 
1,000 feet to ordinary consumers ; 
in 1923-24 3/4 per 1,000 feet and 
this year the price recommended 
was 8.6d per therm for ordinary 
consumers and q.4d per therm for 
slot consumers, which is equivalent 
to 3/2.7 and 3/6.3 per t.ooo feet 
respectively. It was amazing to 
find that the gas made and sold 
during the year had increased 
over the previous year's output, 
notwithstanding the fact that the 
Arbroath Electric Light Co. were 
also making great progress. The 
gas made during the year ended 
15th May, 1924, was 179,482,000 
cubic feet, an increase of 2,065,000 
cubic feet over the output of the 
previous year. The Convener, his 
Committee and the Gas Manager 
are to be congratulated on the suc- 
cess of their year's work. 

The Slaughterhouse Scandal. 

The scandal already referred to 
was brought to light following the 
prosecution of two local butchers 
in the Police Court for exposing 



for sale the carcase of an animal 
which was diseased and unfit for 
human consumption. In the course 
of the proceedings it was revealed 
that two men employed at the 
Slaughter House had entered in- 
to an arrangement to sell a pig 
which they knew to be condemned 
and unfit for the food of man. 
Fines amounting in all to £170 
were imposed in connection with 
the case, the butchers being fined 
£100 and £50 respectively for ex- 
posing the meat for sale. The 
Town Council appointed a special 
committee to inquire into the ad- 
ministration of the Slaughter 
House, and into the whole facts 
and circumstances regarding the 
irregularities. In their report they 
stated— "The Committee feel that 
the recent irregularities were due 
to the fault of the Town Council 
themselves, in failing to carry out 
their statutory obligations under 
the Public Health (Scotland) Act, 
1897, and in failing to specify clear- 
ly the duties of the respective offi- 
cials employed in connection with 
the slaughter-house. They are fur- 
ther of opinion that a previous 
Town Council should never have 
delegated their powers in any way 
to the Master Butchers' Associa- 
tion." 

The Committee also expressed 
themselves as being satisfied that 
the conditions of appointment of 
the superintendent at the slaugh- 
ter-house would sufficiently obvi- 
ate any likelihood of a recurrence 
of any such irregularities. 

Financial Outlook — Municipal 
Rates. 

The_ outlook at the end of the 
financial year, 1923-24, was bv no 
means bright. While finding it im- 
possible to recommend a reduction 
in the local rates, which would be 
the first thing to enable local trade 
and the town a» a whole to get out 
of the present backwater of depres- 
sion, Treasurer Robertson did the 



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41 



next best thing and proposed that 
the rates to be levied for the year 
1924-25 should remain at the pre- 
vious year's figure, namely 8/8 in 
the £1. At the same time the Trea- 
surer pointed out that it was with 
difficulty that they were enabled to 
continue the assessments at the 
same figure in the previous year 
on account of the heavy expendi- 
ture on the harbour dredging and 
the prolonged epidemic of scarlet 
fever and diptheria. It w»^ fully 
anticipated that a reduction of 4d 
on the £1 on the road assessments 
would be achieved this year, but 
the promotion of unemployment 
schemes more than swallowed up 
this benefit. During the year 
there have been various items of 
general expenditure which could 
not be foreseen, such as the im- 
proving of Lochland Street from 
Rossie Street to Stobcross, costing 
£160 ; and the purchase of the 
George Hotel which cost ^1,200. 
Various schemes for the relief of 
unemployment in the town were 
instituted, namely, the improve- 
ment of the Commons, lighting 
extensions, and improvements of 
footways. Altogether a sum of 
^14,000 has been expended on road 
schemes and such like during the 
past three or four ye^rs. The 
rates for the vear were agreed up- 
on as follows : — 

Owners. Occupiers. 

s. d. s. d. 

Burgli General . . . . . . 2 4'5 

General Improvement .. l - 5 1'5 

Sewer 1 1 

Water 1-0 1.0 

Roads and Bridges ..0 7-5 7-5 

Public Health . . ..09 09 

Public Library .. ..0 1-5 

Burial Board ..01 01 

Mental Deficiency, etc. .. 1*5 1 

Harbour 4-5 4 -5 

Registration of Births .. 0"25 25 

Registration of Voters .. 25 0'25 

Diseases of Animals 0'25 - 2i 



Valuation of Lauds 



0.25 0-25 



Combined Total. S/8d 



Other Municipal Matters. 

The conspicuous success of the 
public tennis courts laid out at the 
Cannon Common is worthy of com- 
ment. They have proved a great 
attraction and were so largely in 
demand during the summer months 
that the question of laying addi- 
tional courts for those resident on 
the east side of the town was rais- 
ed when the retiring Councillors 
met their constituents in Novem- 
ber. It is expected that this mat- 
ter will be brought before the 
Council shortly. The income from 
the tennis courts for the first year 
was £209 as against an upkeep cost 
of £154. The Town Council in 
September resolved to purchase a 
new weighbridge at a cost of ^347 
10/- after allowing ^20 for the old 
machine. This new machine has 
now been laid and has a weighing 
capacity of 20 tons. A movement 
was set afoot in September by re- 
sidents in Bog Lane to have the 
name of that street changed to 
" Rosebank Road." The matter 
was brought before the Council on 
two occasions by Bailie Chapel, 
who represented the feeling of 
those adverse to the change, but 
it was finally agreed to change the 
name to " Grant Road." The new 
dredger " Fairport " which was ac- 
quired by the Town Council made 
its trial trip in February and passed 
through the necessary tests satis- 
factorily. The vessel's mud-well 
has a capacity of about eighty tons 
and is capable of working to a 
depth of 30 feet. During opera- 
tions about 18,000 tons of dredg- 
ings have been removed from the 
harbour basin. 

Changes During the Year. 

Only one change has taken place 
in the personnel of the Council 
during the year. Fx-Bailie Mason 
resigned in January and was suc- 
ceeded by Mr R Kinnear who had 
previous experience on the Council. 



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43 



At the November elections six 
Councillors were due to retire and 
all were returned unopposed. They 
were : — Dean of Guild Macdonald 
and Councillor Corsar (High St. 
and Millgate Ward) ; Treasurer 
Judge Robertson and Councillor 
Kinnear (Locklands and Keptie 
Ward) ; and Eailie Chapel and 
Councillor Souttar, representatives 
of Abbey and Guthrie Port Ward. 
Within the space of a few jmonths 
two important officials resigned 
office. Captain J. S. Edward re- 
tired from the position of Har- 
bourmaster which he held for 
many years in August on account 
of health reasons and was succeed- 
ed bv Captain George M'Glashan, 
Galea, Arbirlot Road. Mr D. H. 
Shaw, Burgh Surveyor and Sani- 
tary Inspector received an appoint- 
ment in a similar capacity under 
the Saltcoats Town Council after 
four years' service in Arbroath. 
His successor has not yet been 
appointed. 

Parish Council's Trying Year. 

Plenty of food for gossip has 
been found in the doings of the 
Parish Council during the year. 
For several weeks during the sum- 
mer months— the trouble started in 
May — the Parish Councillors were 
engaged on what many were pleas- 
ed to term the " Poorhouse Scan- 
dal," which terminated in the re- 
signation of Mr and Mrs Blaikie, 
the governor and matron. The first 
inklings of matters not being just 
as they should be at the Poorhouse 
were heard at the May meeting of 
the Parish Council, when Mr W. J. 
Anckorn made a lengthy statement 
regarding a meeting of the Poor- 
house Committee which "ended in 
a hurry -burry," and at which it was 
alleged the Governor addressed 
himself in " unparliamentary lan- 
guage " to Mr Anckorn. At that 
meeting it was remitted to the 
House Committee to inquire into 



the whole matter. There were 
many sensational disclosures as a 
result of that inquiry and the case 
was the chief topic of conversation 
in the town at the time. The Com- 
mittee held three special meetings, 
at which ill-treatment of inmates 
and the use of bad and harsh lan- 
guage by the matron on several 
occasions was alleged. The allega- 
tions made also involved neglect 
of duty on the part of the governor 
and matron, that the staff were or- 
dered to carry out duties outwith 
the scope of their employment and 
visits by personal friends of the 
governor and matron who enter- 
tained them to teas and dinners at 
the expense of the house, and at 
the same time created extra work 
for the staff. By 7 votes to 6 the 
Committee agreed to recommend 
that the governor and matron be 
asked to resign. At the Council 
meeting which followed Mr Anc- 
korn moved the adoption of the re- 
commendation and was seconded 
by Mr C. M'Callum. Mr H. Vic- 
tor Neill, the Chairman of the 
Council, put forward an amendment 
to the effect that a Board of Health 
inquiry be made into the adminis- 
tration of the Poorhouse and into 
the allegations made to the Com- 
mittee at their inquiries, and that 
the Council suspend judgment un- 
til the Board's report was received. 
This was seconded by Mr W. Beat- 
tie, but the recommendation of the 
Committee was adopted by 13 
votes to 10. 

Officials' Opinion. 

Later, it was intimated that Mr 
Mackay, General Superintendent of 
Poor, and Mr Henderson of the 
Poor Law Department of the Scot- 
tish Board of Health had been in- 
structed to inquire into the whole 
question of the administration of 
the Poorhouse, and at the same 
meeting a communication was re- 
ceived from Messrs Clark, Oliver, 



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Dewar & Webster, which stated — 
" If your Council are determined 
to proceed without awaiting the re- 
sults of the inquiry our clients (the 
governor and matron) , recognising 
the inevitable, but without pre- 
judice to their pleas and rights 
against your Council or any of the 
individual members, authorise us 
to tender, as we now do, their re- 
signations, to take effect one month 
from this date, rather than they 
should be dismissed." The last of 
this regrettable case was heard 
when the Board of Health report, 
which first appeared in detail in 
the columns of the " Arbroath 
Herald," was submitted to the 
Parish Council. The Board of 
Health representatives were of the 
opinion that the publicity given to 
the inquiry by the House Commit- 
tee was out of proportion to the 
issues involved and had done un- 
merited harm to the subjects of 
the inquiry. Their report conclud- 
ed as follows : — Though the gover- 
nor and matron do not in our 
opinion merit the summary treat- 
ment that has been accorded to 
them, the general effect of the way 
in which the House Committee 
and Parish Council have dealt with 
the complaints will be to make it 
very difficult for them to obtain 
other employment. This is par- 
ticularly regrettable in the case of 
the governor who bears an honour- 
able military record and against 
whom the only complaints are ir- 
regularities that had merely to be 
pointed out to be rectified. We re- 
gret to have formed the opinion 
that the only possible explan- 
ation of the vindictive manner in 
which the House Committee's en- 
quiry was pursued or of the ex- 
treme harshness of the finding was 
that the majority of the House 
Committee had resolved to dismiss 
the Governor and Matron before 
beginning their enquiry. The Com- 
mittee deliberated refrained from 



taking evidence from the experi- 
enced Medical Officer of the Poor- 
house, who had a general charge 
over the welfare of every inmate, 
or from satisfied officials. On the 
other hand they gave the morbid 
gossip of the kitchen the dignity of 
serious evidence 

On 8th July, Mr and Mrs C. G. 
Hogland, the Stables, Rosely, Ar- 
broath, were appointed governor 
and matron. 

Estimates and Rates. 

At the July meeting, Mr W. J. 
Anckorn, Convener of the Finance 
Committee, was in the happy posi- 
tion to state that the amount re- 
quired this year was £9,950 as com- 
pared with £11,021 from the pre- 
vious year. A big reduction was 
effected in the amount estimated 
for the relief of able-bodied poor. 
Ivast year the Council provided 
£3,100 and this year the estimate 
was £2,500. a reduction of £600. It 
was agreed to make a reduction 
this year on the poor rate and it 
was decided to fix the rate at 1/8 
for the current year, this being a 
reduction of aid. It was agreed 
to levy iod on owners and iod on 
occupiers. 

Following the receipt of a com- 
munication from the local Unem- 
ployment Relief Committee re- 
questing them to "favourably con- 
sider the question of increasing the 
scale of relief to able-bodied poor 
and especially to the dependents 
of school age and under," the Par- 
ish Council in March revised the 
scale as follows : — Children finder 
16 years of age, 3/6; above 16 years 
of age, 7/6. The scale was former- 
ly 2/6 and 6/- per week respective- 
ly. In October another plea was 
put forward to increase the scale 
of relief to able-bodied poor. The 
matter was remitted to the Reliev- 
ing Committee for full considera- 
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the Parish Council decided by 17 
votes to five to make no change in 
the scale. 

Other Parish Council Items. 

The Rev. A. E. Mileman succeed- 
ed the Rev. James Hume as Chaj. - 
lain at the Poorhouse on the hit- 
ter's leaving Arbroath to fill the 
pastorate of Thornhill Congrega- 
tional Church, Dumfriesshire. The 
Inspector was granted an increase 
of £20 011 his salary in September. 

At their December meeting the 
Council agreed unanimously to 
change the name " Poorhouse " to 
" Rosebank Home " on the recom- 
mendation of the House Commit- 
tee. 

Only one new face appeared at 
the Council table during the year. 
On account of his taking up resi- 
dence in Glasgow Mr Thomas 
Howie had to resign and was suc- 
ceeded by Mr Thos Ramsay, St 
Vigeans. 

Educational Affairs, 

The institution of the larger ad- 
ministrative area under the 1920 
Education Act, has certainly been 
responsible for diminished interest 
on the part of ratepayers in the 
subject of education in general. 
The meetings of the Education 
Authority held at Forfar do not 
arouse the keen local feeling of 
the former state of matters, and 
in anv case the pwoers even of 
elected representatives are so cir- 
cumscribed and tied down that 
there is .little encouragement for 
any display of public interest. 

The matters under discussion by 
the Count}' Authority have been to 
a large extent mainly concerned 
with staffing and the accommoda- 
tion of pupils. So far as Arbroath 
is concerned the whole situation 
seems to be in as unsettled a con- 
dition as it was last vear, and little 



prospect of the institution of -~ a 
really consistent policy. 

At the last meeting of the Author- 
ity for the yeai plans were passed 
and contracts fixed for the erection 
of a new engineering shop for the 
High School, at a cost of /718. 

Education Rate. 

In May it was cheering news for 
the ratepayer that the financial 
outlook had improved, and the ma- 
terial benefit of the state of mat- 
ters was seen when the rate for the 
current year was fixed, the figure 
showing a reduction of 2d in the 
£1. The education rate is now 
1/11, payable half by owners and 
half by occupiers. 

Local School Management. 

As has been jocularly said by 
some members of the local School 
Management Committee, the only 
subject left for that subordinate 
body to discuss is the subject of 
school cleaning. Be that as it may 
the question of school cleaners, 
their duties and status «nd emolu- 
ments has occupied the attention 
of the Committee at practically 
every meeting throughout the year. 
It came up for consideration in 
January and was under review at 
the December meeting. Some 
changes have taken place during 
the year in the personnel of the 
Committee. The vacancies caused 
by the retiral of Mr R. B. Smith 
and of Mr Edward Sp'nk as par- 
ents* representatives, were filled by 
the appointment of Mr W. L. 
Milne and Mr Tames Cant. 

During the year Mr James Mac- 
kintosh was appointed clerk to No. 
S School Committee in succession 
to the late Mr McBain. 

Staling Changes. 

As has been stated, very con- 
siderable changes have taken place 
in the staffing of the schools with, 
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portaut may be mentioned the ap- 
pointment of Mr J. C. Swankie as 
manual instructor at Keptie 
School; Mrs E. L>. Storrar, M.A., 
as head teacher at howlis faster 
School; Mr Claude A. Forster as 
teacher of music in the Arbroath 
schools; Miss Mabel Edwards to 
Forfar Academy; Mr R. W."\Vest, 
student at Hospitalfield Art Col- 
lege, as art master at Forfar Aca- 
demy; Mr Halliday as headmaster 
at Kingsmuir School; Mr John 
Smith as headmaster at Barry 
School; Mr H. L. Officer as head- 
master at Carmyllie West School; 
Mr Robert Irvine assistant at Inver- 
brothock as headmaster of Forfar 
East School. The retiral of Mr W. 
W. Royal from the headmastership 
of Parkhouse School, after a period 
of 36 years meritorious service ua- 
der the Arbroath School Board 
and Education Authority has cre- 
ated a vacancy which will be filled 
early in the New Year. 

Former pupils of the High School 
have sustained the honour of their 
town in the wider sphere of Uni- 
versity life. A noteworthy honour 
was bestowed upon Miss Lucy Cum- 
ming, M.A., daughter' of the late 
Mr Edwin Cumming, manufacturer, 
and of Mrs Cumming, Almonry 
House, who had the degree of Doc- 
tor of Philosophy conferred by tiifr'l 
University of Edinburgh;' :'.?■'-"■ 1 
The medallists at the High School j 
j for session 1923-24 were :— George j 
F. Cameron (English and Science) ; j 
I Colin Gibson (Art.) ; Jauie s! 
1 Hitchcock (French and- Maihemat- i 
j ics) ; Annabella Webster" (Latin j 
1 and Greek) ; Margaret H. Moir j 
j (Needlework) . The dux and medal- I 
■ list at Keptie School was Helen j 
i McCartney. . '.i '•-.■' 

j Church Life and Work. 

The outstanding feature in local j 
church life during- the year has j 
been the propagation of union. On ' 
the big general aspect of this time- 



ous subject, the union of the two 
great Scottish Presbyterian 

churches, the local Presbyteries 
have had the matter frequently un- 
der review and at an important 
public meeting held in Ladyloan 
U.F. Church in April, a strong case 
for union was presented by the 
Rev. Dr Weatherhead, and Bailie 
Buist, Dundee. 

A practical instance of local 
union was successfully demonstrat- 
ed during the year in the amalga- 
mation of High Street U.F. Church 
with East U.F. Church. The mat- 
ter was first discussed in the month 
of May. At the end of June the 
Rev. T. Stark Anderson of the East 
U.F. Church intimated his decision 
to retire, and later the Rev. J. A. 
Tweedie of High Street U.F. 
Church, intimated his resignation 
on his appointment by the Con- 
tinental Committee of the U.F. 
Church, to the Church's station at 
Algiers. At the beginning of Octo- 
ber a vote of the members of the 
two churches on the proposed 
union was taken, when by a big 
majority the decision was given in 
favour of the union. ; Events mov- 
ed quickly thereafter,; and the ut- 
most cordiality prevailed through- 
out the whole of the preliminary 
Negotiations. On 26th October the 
\%nsumrnation of the union took 
place when the combined churches 
worshipped in what was the East 
U.F. Church, but from the date of 
the amalgamation to be known as 
St Ninian's. The new congrega- 
tion lost no time in setting about 
the task of- securing a minister for 
the vacant charge, and events here 
also moving wrtji/eordial unanimity 
the congregation- ; *at the end of 
November were able to present a 
unanimous call to the Rev. Evan 
M. Campbell, U.F. Church, Ardris- 
haie:, which was accepted. Mr 
Campbell, it is expected, will be 
inducted to the pastorate early in 
the new year. 



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Ministerial Changes. 

The Rev. J. A. Tweedie bade 
farewell to his congregation in 
High Street on 12th OctoLer, af- 
ter a sixteen years' pastorate. Mr 
Tweedie was presented with part- 
ing gifts from his congregation, 
with whom he parted with sincere 
regret, and also from the members 
of the Boys' Brigade in which or- 
ganisation he had taken a very ac- 
tive interest, especially in -the Sun- 
day evening pictorial services and 
in the annual camp outing. 

A change in the pastorate of the 
Congregational Church took place, 
following the call to the Rev. J as. 
Hume from Thornhill Congrega- 
tional Church, Dumfries-shire. Mr 
Hume left Arbroath at the end of 
April, and in the following month 
the congregation forwarded a call 
to the Rev. T. Shanks, Forres, 
which was accepted, and the induc- 
tion took place on 24th June. 

The Rev. T. J. Bellis from Car- 
lisle, bas taken up duty at St 
John's Methodist Church in suc- 
cession to Rev. W. H. Baker. 

During the vear the Rev Alex. 
Rust, M.A.. Inverbrothock U.F. 
Church, applied for a colleague and 
successor, but this vacancy has not 
yet been filled. 

In February a united mission- 
ary campaign in which all denomi- 
nations took part was held in Ar- 
broath, and in connection with 
work in the foreign field mention 
must be made of the gift of com- 
munion plate by Erskine U.F. 
Church, to Livingstone Church at 
Chitambo, Rhodesia, where Dr Wil- 
son, a grandson of Dr Livingstone, 
is engaged. The plate was dedi- 
cated at an impressive service in 
Erskine Church in March. 

During the year the Rev. Father 
McCurrach celebrated his semi- 
jubilee, the occasion being marked 
■with the presentation of gifts from 
the congregation. 



Calls and Honours. 

Interesting event' in connec- 
tion with ministers formerly la- 
bouring in or belonging to the town 
were the appointment of the Rev. 
George A. Johnstone of Annbank 
Parish Church, a former assistant 
in Arbroath Parish Church as chap- 
| lain to the Lord High Commis- 
| sioner, Mr James Brown (the first 
i commoner to hold that office) dur- 
i iug his residence at Holyrood for 
the General Assembly ; the appoint- 
ment oflthe Rev. A.'Fyfe Findlay, 
Linlithgow, formerly of Erskine 
U.F. Church, Arbroath, to the 
Chair of Church History in the 
U.F. College; the jubilee of the 
Rev. Dr Lillev, Edinburgh, minis- 
ter-emeritus of Knox D.F. Chrirch, 
to whom the Arbroath and Forfar 
U.F. Presbytery sent its congra- 
tulations ; and" the Rev. C. E. 
Little, Hornsea, Yorks. formerly 
incumbent of St Mary's, Arbroath, 
to be hononary Canon of Durham 
Cathedral. The translation of Rev. 
James N. Dick from Coldstream to 
the important charge of Ruther- 
glen West U.F. Church may also 
be noted ; as also that of Rev. E. 
T. Vernon from Kinross to Willes- 
den Presbyterian Church, London, 
and of Rev. T. Angus Eraser, Trin- 
ity U.F, Church, Aberdeen, to 
•Shawlands U.F. Church, Glasgow. 
As a native of Arbroath the Es- 
tablished Presbytery were gratified 
at the appointment of the Rev. Dr 
Cathels, Hawick, as Moderator of 
the General Assembly of the 
Church of Scotland, and took oc- 
casion to send him their warm con- 
gratulations. 

Other events in church life and 
work in Arbroath were the dedi- 
cation of a very beautiful stained 
glass window in memory of the late 
Dr James A. Dewar — the gift of his 
family — in S. Mary's Church. The 
window was dedicated by the 
Primus on Sunday, 12th October. 
The interior of the Parish Church 



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was redecorated, the congregation 
worshipping during the interval in 
High Street Church. The Parish 
Church was re-ouened on the last 
Sunday of November on which oc- 
casion the annual Kirkin' of the 
Council took place, the Rev. Dr 
Ferguson, Dundee, officiating. 

The year has seen a continuance 
of good work by the various mis- 
sions which perform a valuable 
service to the community in reach- 
ing people who might not other- 
wise receive the uplift of spiritual 
ministrations. The Town Mission, 
under Mr Moffat, has carried on its 
multifarious duties from its centre 
in West Mill Wynd. The Coast 
Mission lost its missionary during 
the year in the removal from Ar- 
broath of Mr George Neave, who 
had carried on this work for a 
period of 36 years. Mr Jabez Mer- 
riman was appointed in Mr Neave's 
place. In the Female Home Mis- 
sion, Miss I. Stevenson has been 
appointed in room of Miss McLean 
resigned. 

Honours and Promotions. 

Arbroathians at home and abroad 
have added to the roll of fame of 
their native town in many honours 
that have been bestowed. First on 
this list must be mentioned the 
name of Lord Inchcape who was 
created Viscount in the New 
Year's honours list. Viscount 
Inchcape has had the honour of 
being made Knight Commander of 
the Star of India, on which con- 
spicuous honour, in name of his 
fellow-townsmen the Provost and 
Town Council forwarded a con- 
gratulatory message, which his 
Lordship gratefully acknowledged. 

Lieut.-Col. Wm. T. Prout was 
created Knight Bachelor; Mr Jas. 
Jack was appointed Member of 
Council of the Pharmaceutical So- 
ciety of Great Britain. 

Promotions and appointments in- 
cluded those of Mr David Mitchell 



to be Detective head in the Crimi- 
nal Investigation Department, Cape 
Town; Miss Jean C. Ronald as or- 
ganist and choirmaster, Holy Rood 
Episcopal Church, Carnoustie ; Mr 
J. C. Paterson, formerly accountant 
in Arbroath Branch of the National 
Bank and latterly agent at Port 
Gordon appointed to Invergordon; 
Mr J. Drummond, assessor, to a 
similar position in Perth district, 
and succeeded by Mr S. J. Mar- 
riott, Brighton ; Robert Dalgetty to 
an important police appointment in 
Shanghai ; Mrs Porter to the or- 
ganistship of Ladyloan U.F. 
Church; Mr D. Maclure to a simi- 
lar post in the Congregational 
Church; Mr Sidney J. R. Robert- 
son, to an important engagement 
on a tea estate in Assam ; Captain 
M'Glashan, to be harbourmaster; 
Dr W. S. King, medical officer, 
Stirling, to a medical appointment 
in Burmah ; David Purvis, Bridge 
Street, to be chief sanitary inspec- 
tor for the Island of Maurituis; 
Sister Joan C. Paterson, Queen St., 
appointed to a position in Johan- 
nesburg General Hospital; Mr D. 
H. Shaw, Burgh Surveyor, to be 
Burgh Surveyor of Saltcoats. 

Presentations. 

Presentations in addition to num- 
erous valedictory mementoes in- 
cluded gifts to Mr A. Key, post- 
man, on his retiral, from staff and 
residents in his country district; 
to Mr Robert Smith, station-mas- 
ter, from the staff on his retiral; to 
Mr David Petrie on his 25th an- 
niversary as Managing Director of 
the Antwerp Engineering Com- 
pany; to Mr George B. Shiels from 
Ladyloan U.F. Church on his de- 
parture for a similar appointment 
in Carnoustie; to Mr T. R. Mon- 
crieff, London, by the Governors 
of the Royal Scottish Corporation; 
to Mr Allan Irons from the I.L.P., 
to the Misses Marshall from St 
John's Methodist Church, on their 
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Muirhead from the local Y.A.D. ; j 
to Mr T. Woodside from the Pru- I 
dential staff at the close of 26 years' j 
service; to Rev. W. H. and Mrs j 
Baker at the conclusion of the for- 
mer's ministry in St John's Metho- ' 
dist Church ; to Nurse Thomson on 
her retiral; to Rev. Mr Baker from 
the Boys' Brigade ; to Mr George 
Neave at a large gathering in the 
Good Templar Hall on the occasion 
of his retiral from the Coast -Mis- 
sion and removal to Cortachy ; to 
Mr Smith, Mr Edmonds and Mr , 
Clark long service medals .for over 
14 years' ambulance work; to Mr I 
D. H. Shaw, Burgh Surveyor, and 
Captain Edwards" by the Town 
Council on their relinquishing 
office. 

Weddings. 

Weddings during the year in- 
cluded those of Mr James Crockatt 
Smith, Sarawak and Miss Maud 
Mary Carrie, a well-known local 
vocalist ; Mr John McCormack, 
Hong Kong and Miss Helen A. 
Ogilvie; Mr James Milne, Perth 
and Miss Lydia Bryce; Mr Hugh 
Robert Mill, Newport and Miss 
Muriel Anderson, elder daughter of 
the Rev. T. Stark and Mrs Ander- 
son ; Mr Henrv Law and Miss Car- 
mena Jane Corsar, Woodville Feus ; 
Mr Francis Davidson Jefferson 
Buist, Dundee and Miss Katherine 
Frances Robberds, daughter of the 
Primus and Mrs Robberds ; Mr 
Daniel Gunn, London, and Miss 
Florence Mary McWattie ; Mr Wm. 
Henderson and Miss Elizabeth 
Mulrean Langlands ; Lieut.-Col. R- 
Forbes, D.S.O., M.C., assistant in- 
spector of schools, Glasgow, to 
Miss Isabella Syme, Mill of In- 
verarity; Dr H. R. Vernon, Kin- 
tore, youngest son of Rev. E. T. 
and Mrs Vernon, formerly of Ar- 
birlot, and Miss K. S. Macgregor, 
West View, Kinloch Rannoch; Mr 
Wm. Dorward, grandson of Mrs 
Dor ward, Lochland Street, and 
Miss Maud Btkabeth Place, at Cal- 



garv, Alberta, Canada; Mr R. C. 
Myies, son of the late Mr C. Y. 
Myles, and Miss Phyllis McEwan. 
A somewhat unique ceremony was 
a double wedding which took place 
in the Imperial Hotel, when Mr 
Chas. J. Ruxton and Miss Laura J. 
Ruxton were united in marriage 
with Miss Margaret Berrie and Mr 
Frank J. Stirling respectively. 

Golden wedding celebrations in- 
cluded those of Mr and Mrs Robt. 
Glass, 3 Anderson Street; Mr and 
Mrs Wm. R. Calder, now of Fern- 
lea, Helensburgh; Mr and Mrs 
David Foreman, now of Monifieth ; 
Mr and Mrs C. Niven Forrest, now 
of Christchurch, N.Z. 
Music and the Drama. 

That Arbroath continues to hold 
its own as a musical and dramatic 
centre is seen in the briefest sur- 
vey of musical events of the past 
year. In January the Amateur 
Operatic Society appeared for four 
consecutive evenings in the Web- 
ster Memorial Hall in Gilbert & 
Sullivan's amusing opera 
I "Patience," with a very talented j 
caste of principals and chorus. 
The Choral Union in March gave 
a fine performance of Elgar's 
"King Olaf"; and the Symphony 
Orchestra, assisted by Mr Horace 
Fellowes as solo violinist and Miss 
Pugh, vocalist, made their second 
appearance before a delighted audi- 
ence in the Palace Theatre in 
March. A second performance by 
the Amateur Operatic Society falls 
to be chronicled in the year's 
events occurring as it did in De- 
cember, when the Society gave a 
most successful presentation of Gil- 
bert & Sullivan's " Iolanthe." 

Junior musical organisations have 
been particularly lively. The Junior 
Musical Society gave a successful 
performance of the picturesque his- 
torical operetta, " Bonnie Prince 
Charlie." Ladyloan U.F. Church 
Junior Musical Society gave a fine 
rendering of the cantata " The 




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Voyage of Life." St Thomas R.C. 
children appeared in "The Rose 
Queen " ; juvenile Templars in 
"Brittania" and "The Land of 
Romance." The Girl Guides gave 
a very interesting concert in the 
Webster Memorial Hall in Septem- 
ber in aid of the Lord Roberts' 
Memorial Workshops Bazaar, end 
St Margaret's Church children a 
clever presentation of the playlet, 
" The Gift." 

Other events which may be men- 
tioned in this category were the per- 
formance in aid of the Children's 
Boot Fund of Mrs Guild's party in 
the clever comedy " Isobel, Ed- 
ward and Anne." In the first 
month of the year Burns' celebra- 
tions were the occasion of inter- 
esting gatherings, notably the con- 
cert arranged by the Men's Own 
Brotherhood, and the " haggis 
night" by the Y.M.C.A. Literary 
Club. Mention must also be made 
of the Town Instrumental Band, 
which during the year adopted a 
smart new uniform, and which dur- 
ing the summer out-of-doors, and 
at other seasons in the Webster 
Hall has provided highly apprecia- 
ted recitals. 



Sales and Flag Days. 

As a source of revenue for church 
and other organisations the sale of 
work continues as popular and suc- 
cessful as ever. Flag days also, 
are found to be a helpful means to 
the end of raising funds, though 
these have not been so numerous 
as for some previous years. 

The sales taken in the order in 
which they were held were : — Ab- 
bey Parish Church Jumble (j£i8) ; 
Abbev Parish Church " Bring and 
Buy " (;£i2) ; Ladyloan U.F. Church 
G6130) ; St Margaret's Church 
(36104) ; Inverbrothock U.F. (£72) ; 
Erskine U.F. Church Jumble (3630) ; 



Boys' Brigade Jumble (^26) ; Par- 
ish Church Guild £195) ; Good 
Templar Sale (for Grand Lodge 
Session entertainment fund {3637) ; 
Princes St. U.F. Church O6173) ; 
East U.F. Church Guild (^22) ; 
Methodist Church Jumble (3622) ; 
Erskine Church Garden Fete 
(^204) ; Women's Liberal Guild 
(£48) ; St Vigean's Church Garden 
Fete ^£241) ; Inverbrothock Church 
Garden Fete (36281) ; Viewfield Gar- 
den Fete for Lord Roberts' Work- 
shops' Bazaar (36135) ; Plotholders' 
Sale of Produce for Shelters; 
Y.M.C.A (£55) ; Baptist Church , 
(£25) ; Girl Guides G£i8) ; Parish 
Church Women's Guild (£12) ; In-;! 
verbrothock Church Women's Guild 
(£26) ; Y.W.C.A. younger members 
(£16) ; S. Mary's Jumble (£23) \ 
Ladyloan U.F. Women's Guild 
(£38) ; St Margaret's Women's 
Guild (£28) ; Princes St. U.F. 
Church Women's Guild {£$2). 

Flag Days included Boys' Brigade 
for Camp Fund (^55) ; Tartan Day 
for Y.M.C.A. funds (£50) ; Life- 
boat Centenary Flag Day (3653) ; 
Rose Day for unemployed in town 
(which has had a regrettable se- 
quel in the Police Court) ; Heather 
Day for Children's League of Pity 
(£73) ; and Flag Day for British and 
Foreign Sailors' Society (^17). 



Good Templary in Arbroath. 

1924 was a memorable year for 
Good Templars in Arbroath. The 
town was the Mecca of members 
of the Order from practically every 
lodge in Scotland as well as dele- 
Rates from English and overseas 
lodges in June when the fifty-fifth 
annual session of the Grand Lodge 
of Scotland was held. The ses- 
sion extended over a week and was 
attended by several distinguished 
Templars, among whom were Bro. 
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D.D., Bro. Rev. L. C. Phillips, 
B.D., the Grand Chaplain ; Bro. Tom 
Honeyman, P.G.C.T., and Bro. 
Peter Chalmers, Bearsdeu, who was 
appointed Grand Chief Templar in 
succession to Grand Chief Templar 
Munro, Leith. During the pro- 
ceedings the delegates were accord- 
ed a magnificent reception by the 
Town Council, the function taking 
place in the Webster Memorial 
Hall. Provost • Anderson presided 
over a large assembly. Other so- 
cial functions were held during the 
week, such as receptions by the 
Forfarshire District Lodge, drives 
to various places of interest in the 
county, and the " Veteran's break- 
fast " which was celebrated at the 
usual hour, S a.m., in the Central 
Dining Rooms. 

The Brotherhood Movement. 

In previous years it has been cus- 
tomary for the "Arbroath Men's Own 
Brotherhood to secure the services 
of a prominent speaker for their 
anniversary service, but the Com- 
mittee decided that the 15th anni- 
versary should be celebrated by two 
musical services. These were held 
in the Webster Memorial Hall in 
March and were conspicuously suc- 
cessful. The President, Mr C. C. 
Anderson, made reference to the 
session which, he said, had been 
a phenomenal one in the history 
of the Brotherhood. At the begin- 
ning of the session the Commit- 
tee took a bold step when they en- 
gaged the Webster Memorial Hall 
for their services. The huge audi- 
ences which rilled the Webster 
Hall Sunday after Sunday, had 
nevertheless, justified the venture. 
The Brotherhood entered upon 
their 1924-25 session in October 
with a revised constitution under 
which it became the Arbroath Bro- 
therhood, with membership open to 
both men and women. The first 
speaker was Sir Robert Hutchison 
(then prospective Liberal candidate 



for the Montrose Burghs), and he 
was followed by several dis- 
tinguished speakers, including the 
Right Rev. Dr W. J. F. Robberds, 
Primus, Bishop of Brechin; Lady 
Baxter, Dundee ; and the Rev. 
Cecil M. Weeks, who founded the 
Brotherhood movement in -Ar- 
broath; Bailie Mrs Martin, Edin- 
burgh, and others. 

The James Keith Hall. 

The opening of the James Keith 
Hall in January was an interesting 
and unique event in that it was the 
first social club of its kind to be 
instituted in Arbroath by employ- 
ers for their employees. The club 
is for the workers of Messrs Keith 
& Blackman, and the opening cere-: 
mony was performed by Mr George ; 
Keith, who opened the main en- 
trance with a silver gilt key suit-! 
ably inscribed. The hall is situat- 
ed at the corneijjP^ Gravesend and 
Panmure Street, the building for- 
merly being the St Paul's^ Church; 
Splendidly equipped in every de- 
tail, the club has proved a great 
attraction to all the workers, both 
young and old. During the win- 
ter numerous social functions, such 
as whist drives, dances, etc., have 
been held in the hall. The first year 
of its inauguration has been highly 
successful under the Presidency of 
Mr Davidson, the works manager. 

At Wembley. 

Hundreds of Arbroathians visit- 
ed the British Empire Exhibition 
at Wembley. The first of the big 
excursion parties from the town 
left on Tuesday evening, 19th May, 
and throughout the season several 
other organised parties made the 
trip. A party comprising members 
of the Arbroath Ambulance Corps 
took part in the great Empire 
thanksgiving service held in the 
Stadium at which the King and 
Queen, the Prince of Wales and 
other members of the Royal family 
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ducted by the Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, assisted by the Bishop of 
London. Among those who were 
present from this district were Mr 
W. Alexander, Arbroath; Mr R. 
Boreland, Arbroath ; Mr A. Hendry 
(Commandant) , Arbroath ; Mr 
Milne, Forfar; Mr A. Spalding, 
Carnoustie; and Miss Sutherland, 
Carnoustie. 

Horticulture and Allotments. 

An event of considerable local in- 
terest during the year was the re- 
suscitation of the Arbroath Horti- 
cultural Society's Show after a 
lapse of twenty-one years. The ex- 
hibition took place in the Drill 
Hall, Marketgate, in August, and 
was attended with marked success. 
Dr W. J. Dewar presided at the 
opening ceremony which was per- 
formed by Mrs Harry Corsar. The 
quality of the exhibits was excep- 
tionally good, the sweet peas being 
an unusually strong feature. 

This year the plots in the dis- 
trict have shown to better advan- 
tage than last year, even although 
the season has been a very trying 
one. In July the annual inspection 
of the various plots under cultiva- 
tion by members of the Plothold- 
ers' Association took place and the 
judges were well pleased as a whole 
with the cultivation, condition, ap- 
pearance and cleanliness of the 
ground. Mr Richard Hart, Mill- 
gate, and Mr John Mollison, Bre- 
chin Road, were each awarded 118 
points, Mr Alex. Kydd, Brechin 
Road, being runner-up. Mr John 
Tasker, Rosemount, was awarded 
no points; Mr James Nicoll, Bre- 
chin Road. 109; Mr W. O. Brown. 
Rosemount, 104; and Mr David 
Clark, Keptie Road, 101. 

Bravery Recognised. 

The bravery of Mr Alex. Penny, 
tailor, 6 Glover Street, in rescuing 
a two-year-old boy from the har- 
bour was recognised by the Royal 
Humane Societv and at the Novem- 



ber meeting of the Town Council 
the Society's parchment certificate 
was presented by Provost Ander- 
son. Mr Penny, who was associat- 
ed with Arbroath Football Club in 
his earlier days, rescued a child 
from about 12 feet of water in the 
Harbour in August. His conduct 
was all the more worthy of com- 
mendation in that he is a man past 
the prime of life and at the time 
of the affair he was in the course 
of recovery from a serious illness. 

Extended Outlook at Infirmary. 

This year has witnessed a con- 
siderable extension in the outlook 
at the Infirmary. Although in- 
timation of it came late in the year, 
reference to the magnificent gift 
°f ^2,750 by five anonymous well- 
wishers for the provision of a chil- 
dren's ward would not be out of 
place here for it was easily the 
most important and encouraging 
item of business that the Directors 
had to deal with during the year. 
When Mr W. W. Webster first 
took office as President of the Ar- 
broath Infirmary, on the regretted 
demise of his brother, the late Sir 
Francis Webster, he called atten- 
tion to the urgent need for a se- 
parate ward for children. This was 
not only desirable for the well- 
being of trie children and the in- 
fants under treatment ; it was es- 
sential for the comfort of the other 
patients, to whom, under certain 
conditions, with children in their 
ward, sleep was almost impossible. 
At a special meeting of the Direc- 
tors held in November it was stat- 
ed by Mr J. C. Dewar, Convener 
nf the Weekly Committee, that the 
response to Mr Webster's sugges- 
tion had been more immediate, and 
more gratifying than the most 
sanguine amongst them ever hoped 
for. Five well-wishers of the In- 
firmary who wished to remain 
anonymous had made the offer to 
subscribe sums amounting to ^2,750 




Mr W. W. Webster of Denley, 
Elected President of Arbroath Infirmary Directors. 



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63 



for the erection of a sick children's 
ward. Following upon this most 
gratifying intimation a committee 
consisting of Mr J. C. Dewar, Bailie 
Milne, Messrs R. C. Walker, J. 
Cathcart Christie, and J. Kydd, and 
the President, Secretary and Trea- 
surer was appointed to consider the 
matter. The Committee later re- 
ported to the Directors and desired 
to place on record their warm ap- 
preciation of the handsome gift. 
In view of the increase in the pre- 
sent administration expenses which 
would be entailed by the erection 
of the proposed new ward, the 
Committee also suggested a special 
guarantee fund of a certain number 
of subscribers of £10 each for a 
period of five years. This minute 
was adopted and ex-Provost Ruth- 
erford Thomson, Mr A. R. Dun- 
can, Parkhill, Dr W. J. Dewar, and 
Mr E. SiniDSon were added to the 
Committee who are to report fur- 
ther to the Directors when a plan 
has been agreed upon. 

New President. 

Af the March meeting of the Di- 
rectors Mr W. W. Webster (as has 
been mentioned) , was appointed 
President in succession to his bro- 
ther, the late Sir Francis Webster, 
to whose work on behalf of the 
Infirmary high tributes were paid. 
Sir Francis was a member of the 
Board for over forty years, he hav- 
ing become a director in 1880. His 
long record of keen and eager ser- 
vice to the institution whose best 
interests he had at heart is well 
known to all. 

The Nurses' Home at the Infir- 
mary was completed in March. An 
effort organised by the Infirmary 
Auxiliary Committee with Mrs D. 
W. Morgan, Ethie Mains, as con- 
vener, in the way of instituting an 
egg week in Arbroath in April was 
marked with considerable success. 
The receiving depot at the corner 
of Commerce Street was open for 



one week and 823 dozen eggs were 
gifted. Good Friday was specially 
set apart as Children's Day and no 
fewer than 775 eggs were given. 
At the annual meeting in June, the 
Hon. Treasurer, Mr W. J. Rollo, 
stated that the income of the Infir- 
mary had amounted to £7,536 {in- 
cluding a balance of £1,062 from 
the previous year). Subscriptions 
totalled £1,614 which was a long 
way short of the sum collected the 
previous year. The expenditure 
amounted to £6,056 and there was 
a balance in hand at the close of 
the year of £1,480. There was a 
shortage on the Convalescent 
Home .account at the end of the 
year to the extent of £72 8s 5d. 
During the year legacies, etc., to 
the Infirmary and Convalescent 
Home amounting to ; £10,435 had 
been received and added to the 
Endowment Account: 

The valuation of the Infirmary 
was increased during the year from 
£290 to £350. An appeal made by 
the Directors against this was dis- 
missed by the Burgh Valuation Ap- 
peal Court. At a meeting of the 
Directors it was pointed out that 
the valuation of £350 was equal to 
£5 17s 6d per bed, while the valua- 
tion of any of the neighbouring in- 
stitutions did, not exceed, in pro- 
portion, £5 per bed. Indeed, other 
Infirmaries and hospitals of a simi- 
lar size were yarned at from £2 to 
£4 per bed. . It was left to the Fin- 
ance Committee to take any action 
next year thjjt, they! thought dc- 
sirable. ;# 

Industrial Affairs. 

The year 1924 will not go down 
in the annals of the history of Ar- 
broath as a good year, nor even a 
moderately good year, as far as 
general trade is concerned, but the 
closing weeks have been filled with 
brighter hopes, and certain con- 
fident anticipations that things are 
likely to move early in the New 



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65 



Year. Certain it is that the worst 
of the depression is now over and 
with a more stable govern- 
ment great things are possible and 
it is everyone's earnest desire that 
great things will be achieved. 

The Staple Industry. 

As far as the staple trade of the 
town is concerned nothing very 
fresh can be written. 1924 has been 
very much like its immediate pre- 
decessors and no great orders have 
been booked. The spinning end 
of the trade has been particularly 
slack, and in no mill have all the 
spindles been working. So long as 
conditions in Russia .remain as 
they are, just so long will condi- 
tions here remain in their present 
unsatisfactory state. More has 
been done in the cloth end of the 
trade and for several months most 
firms have been comparatively 
busy. Orders continue to come in, 
true they are not large orders, but 
still sufficient to give employment 
to a fair proportion of operatives. 
Government surplus stocks are 
now pretty well exhausted, so that 
naturally there i9 an increased de- 
mand for canvas of all descriptions, 
and in consequence spinners' stocks 
of yarn, which were considerable, 
are gradually being used up. 

Other Trades. 

The engineering trade, generally 
speaking, has showed a distinct 
improvement, and the three large 
local firms have been working full 
time ; indeed, in certain cases over- 
time has been the rule. The pros- 
pects for the coming year are quite 
good, and as a community Arbroath 
has reason to be thankful that the 
engineering trade has revived as it 
has done. 

The bootmaking trade is at a 
very low ebb and so far signs of 
improvement are still lacking. The 
Hill Road Factory (Messrs Colin 
Grant, Ltd.) closed down some 
time ago, and there is no prospect 



of its being re-opened in the im- 
mediate future, which shows a very 
unsatisfactory state of things. Ab- 
bey Works have been working on 
short time all the year, and as 
trade is, there is no reason to ex- 
pect any improvement for some 
time to come. 

Building. 

A good deal of building has been 
done during the year, and more is 
likely to follow. Several bunga- 
lows have been erected in the 
west end of the town, in particular 
one for the Town Improvement As- 
sociation which was undertaken 
partly to provide work for unem- 
ployed and partly to increase the 
housing amenities of that part of 
the town. Situated at the corner of 
Nolt Loan and Roseberry Place, it 
is an attractive house, and was pur- 
chased immediately on completion. 
The Association have passed plans 
for a second bungalow, which will 
be proceeded with early in the New 
Year. 

In addition to these may be men- 
tioned a burgalow for Mr Elder in 
Salisbury Place; a villa for Mr W. 
H. Alexander in Viewfield Road; 
new garage for Mr Cromarty in 
Bank Street; two tenement houses 
for Mr S. Colville in Green St.; 
additional accommodation to the 
administrative block at Public 
Health Hospital ; erection of dry- 
cleaning and dyeing additions at 
Mr Manson's Steam Laundry at 
Gallowden ; and considerable exten- 
sions to the Electric Works in 
South Grimsby have been made to 
the engine and boiler houses and 
also in North Grimsby where a 
large cooling tower has been erect- 
ed for dealing with their new con- 
densing apparatus rendered neces- 
sary by large additions to their en- 
gine power. 

Associated with these building in 
prospect may be mentioned, the 
laying out of a new 40 feet street 
to be known as Annesley Road, 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



67 



leading off Arbirlot Road, between 
Denley and Dulwich. This roadway 
is to be of the boulevard type with 
10 feet side walks planted with 
trees, and when completed will add 
considerably to the amenities in 
that attractive quarter of the town. 

Fifty-five minor warrants have 

also been granted during the year 

by the Dean of Guild Court, for 

various lesser additions and im- 

I provements. 

Considerable improvements have 
also been carried o'&t on the foot- 
paths in various parts of the town. 
The amenities at both the High 
and Low Commons have been 
added to by the removal of the 
stonewalls and the substitution^of 
concrete posts and a single iron 
tube rail so that an uninterrupted 
view can now be had of the links 
and seascape, both south and west. 

In various parts of the town old 
houses are being reconstructed and 
there is ample opportunity for snore 
activity in that direction. Messrs 
Douglas Fraser & Sons, L,td., made 
a handsome addition to their en- 
gineering works by building a new 
three storey building at Stobcross, 
while they have also erected a new 
warehouse in Robert Street. . 

The Arbroath West Port Asso- 
ciation have also been extending 
thek activities— and -have built a- 
very handsome frontage to their 
central establishment. 

Records of ISfogress. 

Under gas we have already re- 
ferred to the extraordinary increase 
in the output of gas, notwithstand- 
ing our restricted activity in al- 
most every branch of industry. 
The general idea used to be that no 
safer index of the prosperity of any 
industrial community was to be 
found than the record of the con- 
sumpt of light and power as indi- 
cated bv the output of gas and elec- 
tricity. " This method of competi- 
tion would se*em to demand recon- 



sideration, for while we all know 
that our industrial conditions have 
been far from satisfactory for an 
extended period, judged by the re- 
cord of output at both power and 
light producing undertakings we 
would come to the conclusion that 
we were never more prosperous. 
The Gas Works show an increase 
of over two million cubic feet dur- 
ing the year, while the output at 
the Electric Works show an in- 
crease of one and three quarter mil- 
lion units. No doubt the commun- 
ity are demanding better lighting 
conditions and great improvements 
have been made in almost every 
shop in the community. The same 
may be said as to our streets, and 
very considerable extensions in 
this direction have been made in 
the suburb's of the town. But it 
will be a little disconcerting if we 
discover that our satisfaction .with 
these increases is illusory. ! 

The trade of shopkeepiug has 
improved somewhat as the year has 
advanced and the Christmas trade 
has been very brisk. 

Arbroath undoubtedly has passed 
through four arduous years, ! but 
1924 has certainly not been the 
worst: While every year closes on 
a note of hope and expectancy, it 
is generally believed that there are 
bette^^groTOdgfor that opinion this 
year than there have been for some 
years past. 

Obituary. 

In closing the review of the past 
year one has to remember regret- 
fully.the many faces which have 
passed away from this earthly 
scene. The list may hot be so long 
as in some years, but it contains 
the names of men and women who 
played a big part in the develop- 
ment of the town and in its many 
interests. Mention has already 
been made of the loss to the com- 
munitv bv the death of Sir Francis 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



69 



Webster. Another name which will 
be long remembered in Arbroath 
and district where he was known 
and beloved by all classes is that 
of Dr James A. Dewar, whose death 
took place at the advanced age of 
87 on 2nd May. Another who oc- 
cupied a prominent place on many 
public boards was Mr James R. 
Aitken, whose death at the age of 
71, following a considerable period 
of ill-health took place in April. 
Mr Aitken was chairman of the 
Burgh Insurance Committee, chair- 
man of the Arbroath Liberal As- 
sociation, and occupied a leading 
position in connection with the 
Ancient Order of Foresters, and of 
various other organisations. As 
business men cut off at a com- 
paratively early age the death oi 
Mr A. W. Porteous, baker and con- 
fectioner, at the age of 51 ; of Mr 
Thomas Taylor, manager of the 
West Port Association, aged 49 
years; of Mr R. K. Gould, New- 
gate Inn — a guide philosopher and 
friend to the fishing communit — at 
the age of 57 ; of Mr James G. Les- 
lie, whose tragic death by accident 
at Elliot is still fresh in the mind 
of the town, is felt with peculiar 
regret. Others whose names may 
be added to those who were well- 
known in the town from which 
they have now passed away were : 
Wm. Beatts, of the Fire Brigade 
(62) ; Mr Wm. Shepherd, ironfoun- 
der (79) ; Miss Stiven, Keptie 
Angle; Mrs Wm. Kydd and Miss 
Jane Smith Barnett, Idle Hour, 
Hillend Road (sisters, who died 
within 12 hours of each other) ; 
John Blues, miller, Arbirlot ; Mrs 
Grant of Woodside ; John F. Greig, 
12 Ann Street; John Petrie, 22 Ap- 
plegate (56) ; David Fairlie, late 
foreman cleansing (81) ; Mrs Ew- 
ing, draper; Wm. Fraser, Cross 
Mill Wynd, formerly proprietor of 
the coffee-house ; Mr Alexander 
Dickson, A.L.C.M., formerly' or- 
ganist Inverbrothock Church ; Miss 
J. M. Young, Hospitalfield ; Miss 



Rollo. Annbank; Mrs Calder, 
Heathcote, Arbirlot Road; James 
Leith, grocer; William Swankie, 
skipper; Capt. J as. A. Stewart, 
Osborne Terrace, retired shipmas- 
ter (72) ; David Kerr, butcher (65) ; 
George S. Kenneth, baker (50) ; W. 
B. Lamond, artist, Auchmithie. 

Amongst those who claimed Ar- 
broath as their mother town but 
who found their life work beyond 
her borders may be mentioned 
John Adam (69) , Parramatta South, 
New South Wales ; Alex. Ruxton 
(79) , Ludlow, Mass. ; Rev. Charles 
Swanson, Cray U.F. Church, Glen 
Shee, a former assistant at Lady- 
loan U.F. Church; Mr A. H. Mills, 
Touchwood, Sask., eldest son of the 
Rev. A. Mills, Colliston; Private 
John Clark, 1st Black Watch, on 
way home from India; D. Buchan 
Young (84) , artist and scene paint- 
er; Mrs D. Corsar, Cults, formerly 
of Kelly Castle; John B. Craig 
(74), Rhode Island; Rev. Crawford 
Smith, South U.F. Church, Moni- 
fieth; Dr Forbes Fraser, C.B.E., 
F.R.C.S., Bath, younger son of the 
late Mr Henry Fraser, manufac- 
turer; ex-Provost David Corsar 
Blair (64) , Bridge of Allan, grand- 
son of the late David Corsar, manu- 
facturer; William Smith, " Balzeor- 
die " (82) , a prominent figure on 
public boards in the county ; Dr 
Henry Craig Wallace (22) , son of 
Mr J. G. Wallace headmaster, Gol- 
spie (the result of a motor accident 
in Co. Durham) ; Sir Frederick Wm. 
Duke .(60 ) , eldest son of the late 
Dr Wm. Duke, St Vigeans Parish 
Church, and eminent in the Indian 
Civil Service ; David H. Nicol (70) , 
Ernest Street; Mrs Peterkin, wife 
of Dr Peterkin, Forfar, daugh- 
ter of the late ex-Provost A. D. 
Anderson, and sister of Provost A. 

C. Anderson, Arbroath ; John Lind- 
say Gordon (71) , London, son of 
the late Major Gordon of Ashludie, 
manufacturer in Arbroath ; Edward 

D. Nicol, Sunderland, formerly 
manufacturer in Arbroath. ! ■ 



70 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. BLACK, 

Bookseller, Stationer, and Confectioner, 
10 BROTHOCK BRIDGE, Arbroath. 

Bibles, Books, Stationery, fee. 

All the Daily Papers. Circulating Library. 

Best Confections only Stocked. 



Good Quality Pianos 

«. 

Reliability the one Great Note 



Into our Instruments is embodied all that is 
best in Construction, Finish, and Resonant 
Tone Qualities. 

Write for Catalogue and 'Prices. 



Paterson, Sons & Co., Ltd. 

MUSICSELLERS, 

145 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 



D. Y. WALKER, Family Butcher 

BEST QUALITY -*#P^^ 

Prime Beef, Mutton & Pork '^M aT 

Kept in Stock. 
POULTRY AND EGGS. 
CORNER MILLGATE LOAN & WEST GRIMSBY, 
Telephone 115. ARBROATH. 




ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 71 



Genera! Directory for Arbroath. 



Parliamentary (Jonstiiueucy (Aloutiuse Burghs), 23,dtiS — 11,785 Males; 11,783 Females. 

Arbroath— First Waul, , 2807 ; Second Ward, 2792; Third Ward. 3112— total, 8711. 

(Co'nnty), 23,910-13,491 Maies ; 10,425 Females. 
Aruroath Municipal Electorate-First Ward,. 2665 ; Second Ward, 27SS ; Third Ward, 2942— 

total, 8395. 

LIST OF PUBLIG OFFICIALS, &c. 
M.P. for Montiose Burghs— Sir Hubert Hutchison, The Manor, Davies Street, London, W.l. 

Election Agent— Mr Win. Chapel, Solicitor, Aruroath. Poll at October, 1924— majority, 

2312. 
M.P. for Forfarshire— Sir Hurry Horife, Barneyhill, Dunbar. Poll at October, 1924— majority, 

3441. 
Hon Sheriff Substitutes— A. R. Duncan, Parkhill ; F. F. Macdonald, W. J. Rollo. 
Town Clerk — Robert Finlayson. 

Town Chamberlain and Collector of Rates — Ernest F. Cobb. 
Parish Council— Inspector of Poor— W. B. Gardner. Office— 22 Hill Street. 
Chief Constable — James Macdonald, Police Chambers. 
Police Inspector — William Wilson. 

Resident County Police Officer — Sergeant Lakie, 43 Jamieson Street. 
Postmaster — T. Colman. 

Inland Revenue Office — Market Place. Custom and Excise Office — Shore. 

Inland Revenue Officers — T. A. M'Quillen and John Fyfe. Office— Shore. 
Old Age Pension Officers— T. A. M'Quillen and John Fyfe. 
Burgh Surveyor — Vacant. Office — Gravesend. 

District Road Surveyor— David W. Hunter. Office— 2 Hill Street. 
Fire-Master— Rowland C. Farquhar, 4 Hill 'Place. 
Inspector of Weights and Measures — Vacant. 
Burgh Sanitary Inspector — Vacant. _■■:- 

Burgli Assessor — 5. J. Marriott, Market Place. 
Inspector of Taxes — S. J. Marriott, Market Place. 
Countj - Sanitary Inspector — Assistant, R. Just, 59 Brechin Road. 
Cleansing Inspector— David Burness, Cleansing Department, Almerie Close. 
Water Inspectors— Walter Gibson, 4 John Street, and Peter Black, 10 Academy St. 
Medical Officer for Burgh— Dr Yule, Hill Street 
Tuberculosis Officer — Dr P. Bellwood Farrar, Willoughbv House. 
Public Health Hospital Medical Officer— Dr Yule. 
Medical Inspector for Schools — Dr W. S. Sinclair, Brechin 
Certifying Factory Inspector— Dr Laing, Maule Street. 
Parish Council Medical Officers— Dr Gilruth and Dr Melville Keith. 
Police Surgeon — Dr Gilruth. 

Veterinary Surgeon and Meat Inspector— A. L. Robertson, 40 Hill Street. 
Harbourmaster and Pilotmaster — Captain M'Glashan. 

Sheriff-Clerk Depute — James Duncan, Sheriff Court House, Commerce Street. 
Gas Manager — Alex. C. Young. Gas Works — Ponderlaw Street. 
Registrar — Alexander Smith, 81 High Street. 

Superintendent of Cemeteries and Parks — Jas. Robertson, Western Cemetery Lodge 
Superintendent of Public Baths — D. Drury. 
School Drill Instructor — Sergeant G. Edward. 

Town Missionary — James Moffat, Bethany Cottage, Howard Street. 
Coast Missionary — Jabez Merriman, 28 Elliot Street. 
Female Home Missionary — Miss Isabella Stevenson, Gowan Street. 
Queen's Jubilee Nurse — Miss Haxby, Nolt .Loan. 
Clerk of Established Presbytery— Rev. A. Mills, Colliston. 

Clerk of Arbroath and Forfar U.F. Church Presbytery — Rev. J. Smith, Friockheim. 
Librarian — Miss Strachan, Public Library. 
Sheriff Officer — David Kinnear, 23 Cairnie Street. 

School Board Officer— Thos. Ross, 15 George St. Assistant— Alex. Mather. 
Town Officer— James Duncan, 334 Millgate. 
Bar Officer — Thomas Alder. 

Inspector Under Shops Act — Chief Constable Macdonald. 
Reporter — " Arbroath Guide " — Arthur A. Fleming, Glover Street. 
Reporter—" Arbroath Herald "—John Macnab, 14 Elliot Street. 
Reporter — " Dundee Advertiser " — John Joss, 93 Keptie Street. 
Reporter — " Dundee Courier " — J. A. Taylor 38 Helen Street. 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DAVID KYD, 

Dealer in all kinds of General, Modern & Antique Furniture, 
29 Gravesend & 23 Spink Street, Arbroath. 



Established a Quarter of a Century -the Oldest and Largest Second' Hand Business 
of its kind in Town. Always in stock, every description of Household and Office 
Furniture ; also a large stock of General, Antique, and Modern Goods on hand. 
The Cheapest and Largest Selection in Town. Furniture, &-c, £rc, bought, sold, 
and exchanged. Highest Prices Given. 



CROOK & WEBSTER 

Registered Plumbers and Qasfilters 

35 GUTHRIE PORT, ARBROATH 



Hydraulic Rams, . . . 
Windmills and Pumps 
of every description 
Executed and Repaired. 



Estate Water Supplies 

Laid out on most . . 

VpRfpiM 
Modern Systems. ^»T~ 




Flush Closets, Baths, 
Heating, &c. , for Town 
and Country Houses. 



Estimates Given. 



Charges Moderate. 



House Address— 7 Guthrie Port, Arbroath 



DAVID PIRIE 




Watchmaker 
and Optician 

PRESENTATION GOODS - Tea Spoons, Jelly Spoons, Butter 
Knives, Knives and Forks — all in Neat Cases. All Kinds of 
Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery personally Cleaned and 
Repaired. Spectacles and Eyeglasses to suit all sights. Wedding, 
Keeper and Engagement Rings. Large Selection of Gold and 
Silver Brooches, Scarf Pins, Seals, &-c. 

Silver Name Brooches a Speciality. 

262 HIGH STREET. ARBROATH 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



73 



LIST OF PUBLIC HALLS. 

Seating Accommodation. 

♦Webster Memorial Hall— Keeper, Robert Spink, Hall Buildings, 900 

♦Olvmpia— Resident Manager, W. \V. Mitchell. 1000 

♦Palace Theatre— Manager, R. B. Stewart, 1100 
Templar Halls— Hallkeeper, James Nicoll, Hall Buildings. 550, 200 

Panmure Hall, Hill Street— Keeper, Edward F. Baillie, Hall Buildings, 400 
John St. Hall (Dancing Academy)— Proprietor, D. W. Jackson, 272 High St. 400 

Sheriff Court House — Keeper — Thomas Alder . 280 

Assembly Hall — Keeper, Robert Spink, Webster Memorial Hall, 250 

White Hart Hall— Proprietor, Mr Alex. Smith, White Hart Hotel, 250 

Y.M.C.A. Hall, 75 High Street— Keeper, Wm. Dougall, 75 High Street, 250 

y.W.C.A. Hall, 54 High Street-Mrs Black 250 

Park Street Hall— Keeper, J. C. Swankie, 39 John Street. 200 

Coast Mission Hall— Caretaker, William Hemlry, 'fh Piilmer Street 170 

Foresters Hall, Green Street — George Moore, 9 Lochland Street 120 

Red Lion Hall, Barngreen — Proprietor, Red Lion Bar, 60 
Town Mission Hall, West Mill Wynd — Jeannie Mackenzie 

Y.M.C.A. Social Institute & Hut, Hill St.— Caretaker, Mrs Wilson, Hill St. 
"Licensed also for Cinematograph Exhibitions. 



POPULATION 



Census in April, 1871, 
Census in April, 1881, 
Census in April, 1891, 
Census in April, 1901, 
Census in April, 1911, 
Census in June, 1921, 



OF THE BURGH OF ARBROATH. 



19,973 
21,758 
22,997 
22,569 
20,647 
19,499 



VALUATION OF THE PARISH- 

Lands, &c. Railways. 

Burgh, £126,559 14 £2,452 

Landward 21,879 10 2 2,266 

Parish, £1-18,439 4 2 £4,71S 



£153,157 4 2 



ASSESSMENTS FOR 1924-1925. 

BUBGHAL. 

Occupiers. Owners. 

Municipal Assessment, 5s 7d 3s Id Poor Rate, 

Poor & School Rates, Is 9'5d Is 9'5d Education Rate, 



Landward. 
Occupiers. Owners. 
lOd lOd 

11 "5d 11 -5d 



ARBROATH HOLIDAYS -1925. 
Spring Holiday— Third Monday of April (20th). Autumn Holiday— Last Monday of 
September (2S;h) ; St Thomas Market Holidays — Monday and Tuesday following 
18th July, if a Saturday; if not, Monday and Tuesday following first Saturday 
after the 18th (20th ai.d 21st) Shopkeepers' Half-Holiday every Wednesday 
afternoon from 1 o'clock. Under Licensing Act — Jan. 1st; Spring Holiday, Vic- 
toria Day, Autumn Holiday. 

Bank Holidays — 1st January (New Year's Day); Spring Holiday, open 9 to 11 a.m.; 
April, 10th ; May, 4th St Thomas Holidays, open on Monday, 9 to 11 a.m., and 
Tuesday, 9 to 11 a.m.; August 3rd; Autumn Holiday, open from 9 to 11 a.m.; 
25th December (Christmas Day). 



74 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TAILORING 



— FOR 



LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 



MATTHEWS offer to Ladies and 
Gentlemen a service which is 
satisfactory from every point of view. 

At Matthews, Tailoring has reached a 
high standard rarely met with, in 
which both Ladies and Gentlemen of 
discernment can place their confi- 
dence. 

It is our experience, the skill of our 
staff,, the materials we work with, the 
care, the effort, the desire to produce 
garments of which you and we will 
both be proud— these are the things 
that have made our service so reliable 
and our productions so satisfactory. 

And at all times prices are reason- 
able. 



PTTHEWS 

bailors and 
Outfitters :: 

226-228 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 




ARBROATH TOWN COUNCIL, &c. 75 

TOWN COUNCIL. 

Council meets second Monday of each month, excefi in July; and in November, 
■when meeting is held first Friday after election. 

Magistrates, etc.— Provost A. C. Anderson, Fernlea; Bailies William Chapel, Caen- 
lochan; Charles Milne, Hillcrest, Keptie Road; Andrew Beatt, Abdulla, 40 
Elliot Street. Hon. Treasurer— Judge Alex. Maclaren Robertson, 14 RoSemount 
Terrace. Dean of Guild— David R. Macdonald, Dulwich, Arbirlot Road. 



iwusjc j: iciuc , j unii rvnucrsuu w nsuii, ±ne ^ruit, i\.eptie Road ; John R. W. 
Clark, West Bank, Millgate Loan; David Littlejohn, Southbank, Arbirlot 
Road; George Sherriffs, Lochlee, Kinloch Terrace; Frank Irons, 3 Rosebank; 
Alex. Bruce, 39 Ladyloan. 

Officials.— Town Clerk— Robert Finlayson. Town Chamberlain and Collector of 
Rates— Ernest F. Cobb. Burgh Surveyor, Master of Works, Water Engineer, 
Sanitary Inspector, and Inspector of Weights and Measures— David H. Shaw. 
Gas Engineer and Manager— A. C. Young. Chief Constable, Burgh Prosecutor, 
and Billet Master— James Macdonald. Medical Officer of Health— Dr A. Yule. 
Tuberculosis Officer— Dr J. Bellwood Farrar. Medical Officer, Public Health 
Hospital— Dr Yule; Matron— Miss Haldane. Pslice Surgeon— Dr J. D. Gil- 
ruth. Superintendent of Cleansing and Shambles — D. Burness. " Lighting 
Inspector — A. C. Young. Harbourmaster — Captain A. S. Edward. Registrar — 
Alex. Smith. Superintendent of Cemeteries — J. Robertson, Western Cemetery. 
Superintendent of Public Baths — D. Drury. Firemaster — R. C. Farquhar, 4 
Hill Place. Burgh Assessor and Registration Officer — J. Drummond, Market 
Place. Auditor — Sydney Milne, C.A., 11 Reform Street," Dundee. Veterinary 
Surgeon — A. L. Robertson, 40 Hill Street. Health Visitor and Assistant Sani- 
tary Inspector — Miss Minnie Scott, Sanitary Inspector's Office. Burgh Analyst 
— Andrew Dargie, B.Sc, 140 Perth Road, Dundee. Bacteriologist — Dr Tulloch, 
University College, Dundee. Caretaker, Webster Memorial Halls — Robert 
Spink. Caretaker, Sheriff Court House — Thomas Alder. Town Officer — James - 
Duncan, 33£ Millgate. 

Committees. 
Group A (first Thursday after Council Meeting) — Streets and Public Improvements 
— Councillor Sherriffs (convener), Councillor John Souttar, Dean of Guild 
Macdonald, Bailie Beatt, Councillor Matthews, Councillor King. 

Parks and Recreation Grounds — Councillor Matthews (convener), Bailie Beatt, 
Dean of Guild Macdonald, Councillor Souttar, Councillor Sherriffs, Councillor 
King. 

Gas. — Councillor Souttar (convener). Bailie Beatt, Dean of Guild Macdonald, 
Councillor Sherriffs, Councillor Matthews. Councillor King. 

Watching, Lighting and Fire Brigade.— Dean of Guild Macdonald (conven- 
er), Bailie Beatt, Councillor King, Councillor Matthews, Councillor Sherriffs, 
Councillor Souttar. 

Baths. — Councillor King (convener), Bailie Beatt, Dean of Guild Macdonald, 
Councillor Sherriffs, Councillor Matthews, Councillor Souttar. 

Weights and Measures— Bailie Beatt (convener), Dean of Guild Macdonald, 
Councillor King, Councillor Sherriffs, Councillor Matthews, Councillor Souttar. 

The Dean of Guild Court consists of members of Group A — Dean of Guild Mac- 
donald chairman. Court meets First Monday of each month when there is 
business to be transacted. 

Group B. (Second Thursday after Council Meeting). — Provost's — Provost Anderson 
(convener), Councillor Wilson, Councillor Littlejohn, Councillor Judge Mason, 
Bailie Chapel, Councillor Bruce. Ex officio members — Bailies Milne and Beatt. 



76 ARBROATH TOWN COUNCIL, &c. 

Committees — Continued. 

Harbour. — Councillor Wilson (convener), Provost Anderson, Councillor Little- 
john, Councillor Judge Mason, Bailie Chapel, Councillor Bruce. 

Housing. — Councillor Littlejohn (convener), Provost Anderson, Bailie Chapel, 
Councillor Judge Mason, Councillor Bruce, Councillor Wilson. 

Water. — Councillor Judge Mason (convener), Provost Anderson, Bailie Chapel, 
Councillor Bruce, Councillor Wilson, Councillor Littlejohn. 

Webster Memorial Halls. — Bailie Chapel (convener), Provost Anderson, Coun- 
cillor Wilson, Councillor Littlejohn, Councillor Judge Mason, Councillor Bruce. 

Diseases of Animals. — Councillor Bruce (convener), Prcvost Anderson, Bailie 
Chapel, Councillor Littlejohn, Councillor Judge Mason, Councillor Wilson. 

Grouf C. (Third Thursday after Council Meeting).— Public Health and Drainage- 
Councillor Clark (convener), Bailie Milne, Councillor King, Councillor Corsar, 
Councillor Anckorn. 

Cleansing and Shambles. — Bailie Milne (convener), Councillor Clark, Coun- 
cillor King, Councillor Corsar, Councillor Anckorn. 

Town's Properties and Feus. — Councillor Irons (convener), Councillor Clark, 
Bailie Milne, Councillor Corsar, Councillor Anckorn. 

Burial Grounds.— Councillor Corsar (convener), Councillor Clark, Bailie 
Milne, Councillor King, Councillor Anckorn. 

Duncan Charity Feuing.— Councillor Anckorn (convener), Councillor Clark, 
Bailie Milne, Councillor King, Councillor Corsar. 

Note.— The Provost and Hon. Treasurer are ex officiis members of all Committees 
in the Groups. 

Finance Committee (Meets Fourth Thursday after Council Meeting).— Consists of 
whole of Town Council. Treasurer Judge Robertson convener. 

Motor Ambulance Committee.— The Provost and Magistrates. The Secretary Ar- 
broath Red Cross Society; Convener of Public Health Committee; Dr Yule, 
Medical Officer of Health; The Secretary, St Andrew's Ambulance Corps. 

Town Band Committee.— Town Council representatives— Dean of Guild Macdonald, 
Councillor Judge Mason, Councillors Souttar and Sherriffs. 

Morgan Trust— Town Council Representative— Provost Anderson. 

Hospitalfield Trust.— Town Council Representative— Provost Anderson. 

Educational Trust.-Town Council Represer tatives-Provost Anderson and Bailie 
Chapel. 

Burgh Valuation Appeal Court— Provost Anderson (chairman), Bailies Chapel, 
Milne, and Beatt ; Dean of Guild Maclonald; Judge Robertson; Councillors 
Sherriffs and Littlejohn. 

Sheriff Court House Committee— Town Cour :il Representatives— Bailie Chapel and 
Councillor Judge Mason. 

Prisons Visiting Committee.— Town Council Representative (for Dundee Prison).— 
Treasurer Judge Robertson. 

Rossie Reformatory, Montrose.— Town Council Representatives— Provost Anderson, 
and Councillor Judge Mason. 

Golf Course Committee of Management.-Town Council Representatives-Provost 
Anderson, Treasurer Judge Robertson, Councillors Corsar and Littlejohn. 



ARBROATH TOWN COUNCIL, &c. 77 



Committees — Continued. 

Library Committee.— Town Council Representatives— Bailies Milne and Beatt; 
Councillors King-, Souttar, Clark, Anckorn, Matthews, Littlejohn, and Irons. 
Householders Representatives— Mr J. S. Soutar, Mr James Jack, Rev. James 
Cameron, Rev. James Murray, Mr "Thomas Riley, Mr James M'Leod, Captain 
Richard Ellis, Mr G. R. Wallace, Mr Peter Elder, Mr David Drysdale, Dr 
W. J. Dewar. 

Burgh Licensing Court.— Provost Anderson, Bailies Chapel, Milne, and Beatt. 

Court of Appeal for the Burgh of Arbroath.— Town Council Representatives — 
Provost Anderson and Bailie Chapel. 

Old Age Pension Committee. — Ward Representatives — First Ward — Councillors 
Corsar and Anckorn ; Second Ward — Treasurer Judge Robertson and Councillor 
Judge Mason; Third Ward — Provost Anderson (chairman), Councillors Souttar 
and Matthews. The Pension Committee meets on the Four,th Thursday of the 
month after the Finance Meeting. 

Hospital Visiting Committee. — Councillor Clark (convener), Bailie Milne, Treasurer 
Judge Robertson, Councillor Anckorn. 

District Board of Control. — Town Council Representative — Provost Anderson. 

Burgh Insurance Committee. — Town Council Representatives — Councillor Judge 
Mason, Dean of Guild Macdonald, Councillor King. Mrs Lindsay Carnegie, 
Miss Margaret A. Macdonald, and Dr Yule. 

Secondary Education Committee. — Town Council Representative— Rev. James Mur- 
ray, Princes Street U.F. Church. 

Trustees of Inchcape Fund — The Town Council. 

Trustees of Duncan Charity — The Town Couneil. 

Trustees of Weir Bequest — The Town Council. 

MUNICIPAL CONSTITUENCY AND REPRESENTATIVES. 
Total Constituenc}-— 9704— Males. 4883; Females, 4821. 
FIRST WARD (High Street and Millgate) Males, 1622; Females, 1503; total, 3125. 
Representatives :— Councillor J. R. W. Clark, elected 1923, retires 1926; Coun- 
cillor David Littlejohn, elected 1923, retires 1926; Councillor Alexander Bruce, 
elected 1923, retires 1925; Councillor Anckorn, elected 1922, retires 1925; 
Dean of Guild Macdonald, elected 1924, retires 1927; Councillor Corsar, elected 
1924, retires 1927. 

SECOND WARD (Lochlands and Keptie)— Males, 1508; Females, 1677; total, 3185. 
Representatives- — Bailie Milne, elected 1923, retires 1926; Councillor J. A. 
Wilson, elected 1923; retires 1926; Councillor George Sherriffs, elected 1923, 
retires, 1925; Councillor King, elected 1922, retires 1925: Treasurer Judge 
Robertson, elected 1924, retires 1927; Councillor Kinnear, elected 1924, retires, 
1927. 

THIRD WARD (Abbey and Guthrie Port)— Males, 1753; Females, 1641; total, 3394. 
Representatives :— Bailie Beatt, elected 1923, retires 1926; Councillor F. Irons, 
elected 1923, retires 1926; Bailie Chapel, elected 1924, retires 1927; Councillor J. 
Souttar, elected 1924, retires 1927. Provost Anderson, elected 1922, retires 19kJ3; 
Councillor Matthews, elected 1922, retires 1925. 

The following are the members of Town Council who have telephones, with 
the numbers appended — Provost Anderson (Office, 80 ; House, 47) ; Bailie Cha- 
pel (Office 110, House 188); Councillor j. A. Wilson (Office 92, House 21o) ; 
Councillor J. R. W. Clark (Office 40, ttouse 194); Councillor Harry Corsar 
(Office 5, House 65) ; Treasurer Judge Robertson, (256) ; Dean of Guild Mac- 
donald (250); Councillor George Sherriffs (Office 8, House 127); Councillor 
David Littlejohn (28). 



78 ARBROATH TOWN COUNCIL, &c. 



WARD COMMITTEES. 

First Ward.— James G. Booth, 39 Commerce Street; James F. Anderson, 28 Kyd 
Street; Hugh Gavin, 42 Hill Street; John M'Nicol, Panmure Street; 
William Chalmers, 3 Gayfield; Thomas Swankie, 12 Union Street East; 
David Dowell, 11 Glover Street; P. D. Morton, 11 Lindsay Street; George 
Keith, 7 Ann Street; A. B. Cargill, 4V Panmure Street; A. Ty, Napier, 197 
High Street; Charles Kerr, 3 West Mary Street; James Fairweather, 26 Kyd 
Street; George Potter, 24 Millgate Loan. Secretary— H. V. Neill, 93' High St. 

Second Ward.— Alex. Mailer (chairman), A. M'Callum (secretary), Mrs D. R. Mac- 
donald, Miss Robbie, Miss Jane Mackay, Messrs David Paton, James M'Leod, 
David Paterson, D. D. Calder, James Addison, Thomas M'Ewan, R. Guthrie, 
Alex. Johnston, James S. Edwards, John Anderson, T. Riley, James Kydd, 
Watson Baird, John Joss, Alex. Scott, Arthur King, J. P. Macfarlane, Wm. 
Dargie, Robert Stephen, and Alexander Finlayson. 

Third Ward.—T. C. Esplin (chairman), Robert Gillespie, 7 Sidney Street (secre- 
tary), James Duncan, D. G. Smith, John Cargill, Wm. Gray, F. Irons, Allan 
Mavor, John Souttar. Wm. Dorward, John Bogue, James C. Crowe, Wm. 
Fraser, John Manzie, Wm. Ogilvie, A. R. Strachan, W. Alexander, R. Honey- 
man. 

GAS WORKS. 
Works— Ponderlaw Street. Office Hours— 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 
1 p.m. Manager— Alex. C. Young, Gas Works House. Collector— J. i5oya. 
Auditor— S. Milne, C A., Dundee. Treasurer— E. F. Cobb, Town Chamberlain. 

ABBEY BURYING GROUND— Hours as Cemeteries. 
Superintendent— James Robertson, Western Cemetery. Treasurer— E. F. Cobb. 

WESTERN CEMETERY Forfar Road)— Open, Week Days, 7 (or Sunrise when 
later) until Sunset. Sundays, 1 p.m. till Sunset. 
Superintendent — James Robertson, Cemetery Lodge. Office Hours — 9 to 10 a.m., 
and 5 to 6 p.m. Phone No. 269. Dressing dues, payable on 1st November to 
Town Chamberlain. Treasurer — Ernest F. Cobb. 

EASTERN CEMETERY (Office, Brechin Road).— Hours as above. 
Superintendent — James Robertson, Western Cemetery Lodge. Office Hours — 11 a.m. 
to 12 noon. Phone No. 267. Treasurer— Ernest F. Cobb. 

ARBROATH ABBEY. 
(Under H.M. Board of Works.) Keeper — Enoch Bell, Rosebank. 

POLICE OFFICE— Market Place. 
Chief Constable and Burgh Prosecutor — James Macdonald. 

POLICE COURT. 
Held in Police Chambers. Judges — The Provost and Magistrates, and Judge A. 
M'Laren Robertson. Clerk — R. Finlayson. Deputy Clerk — William Robertson,. 
FIRE BRIGADE. 
The Brigade consists of a Captain, 1 Lieutenant, Engineer, 9 Firemen and Turn- 
Cock. Engine and all appliances kept at Police Buildings. Firemaster — Row- 
land C. Farquhar, 4 Hill Place. For all fire-alarms, Telephone No. 7 or 104. 

AMBULANCE VAN— Dishland Stables. 
For use in all cases of accident in Town or District. 

ARBROATH AND ST VIGEANS PARISH COUNCIL. 
Office, 22 Hill Street. Inspector's Office Hours — 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays, 
10 to 1 p.m. Collector's Office Hours — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chairman — H. V. Neill. Inspector — W. B. Gardner. 
Clerk — W. B. Gardner. Members of Council — Miss Mary S. Young, 
William J. Anckorn, Watson Baird, David D. Calder, Peter Elder, Alex. G. 
Hendry, Andrew C. Hewit, George Keith, David Milne, Colin P. M'Callum, 
William Ogilvie, Thomas Riley, Provost A. C. Anderson. Rev. Charles E. Duff, 
George A. Francis, David Ramsay, Rev. A. Murray Scott, David Weighton, 
John R. Anderson, Charles Y. Myles, James C. Crowe, James P. Reid, J. S. 
Matthews, Francis W. Booth, William Beattie. 



ARBROATH CHARITIES. 79 

FeorJiouse Committee. — William J. Anckorn, William Beattie, David D. Calder, 
Rev. Charles E. Duff, Alexander G. Hendry, Joseph S. Matthews, George Keith, 
Colin M'Callum, David Milne, Rev. A. Murray Scott, H. Victor Neill, John 
R. Anderson, Miss M. S. Young, Jamts P. Reid. Mr Calder, convener. 

Finance Committee. — W. J. Anckorn, Peter Elder, George A. Francis, James C. 
Crowe, David Ramsay, C. Y. Myles, Thos. Riley, Miss Young, David Milne, 
H. Victor Neill, William Ogilvie, David Weighton, William Beattie, Francis 
W. Booth. Mr Anckorn, convener. 

Relieving Committee— David D. Calder, Watson Baird, Peter Elder, James C. 
Crowe, George A. Francis, Alex. G. Hendry, Andrew Hewit, George Keith, 
William Ogilvie. Thos. Riley, David Weighton, J. S, Matthews, H. Victor 
Neill, J. P. Reid. Mr Baird, convener. 

Chairman's Committee. — William J. Anckorn, A. C. Anderson, David D. Calder, 
Rev. Charles E. Duff, Francis' W. Booth, C. Y. Myles, Watson Baird, Andrew 
C. Hewit, David Ramsay, Colin P. M'Callum, H. Victor Neill, Rev. A. Murray 
Scott. Mr Neill, convener. 

Members to Sign Cheques — W. J. Anckorn, C. Y. Myles, Wm. Ogilvie, H. V. Neill. 

Representatives on Farish Trusts. — Arbroath — William J. Anckorn, A. G. Hendry, 
H. Victor Neill. St Vigeans — A. C. Anderson, David Weighton, Wm. Beattie. 

Valuation Sub-Committee— -David D. Calder, Alex. G. Hendry, H. Victor Neill. 

Representatives on Parish Councils Association— W '. J. Anckorn and D. D. Calder. 

Representative on the Directorate of Montrose Asylum. — Rev. Charles E. Duff. 

Representative on the Burgh School Management Committee — W. J. Anckorn. 
Landward — Rev. C. E. Duff. 

Arbroath District Nursing Association. — A. C. Hewit and Miss M. S. Young. 



Mortifications, &c 



Arrot's Mortification. — The late Dr James Arrot, Dundee, by his trust-disposition 
and settlement, bequeathed the residue of his estate to the minister and kirk-session 
of the parish of Arbroath to be applied by them, at their discretion, for the benefit 
of aged, poor, deserving persons resident Tvithin their jurisdiction, and not in re- 
ceipt of parochial relief. There are at present 34 persons receiving annuities of 
£t per annum. Agents — Webster & Littlejohn, solicitors, Arbroath. 

Mary Langlands Rodger Fund. — In 1914,, Miss Annie Rodger, No. 3 Fergus St., 
Arbroath, bequeathed her estate, amounting to £600 or thereby, subject to certain liferents, 
which have now ceased, for the creation of above fund, in memory of her late aunt, "the free 
income thereof, to be divided by her Trustees at Christmas amongst old unmarried females in 
the Parish of St. Vigeans. ' The Trustees are Rev. C. E. Duff, St. Vigeans, Percy E. Morgan, 
Wiudyhills, and James S. Nicoll, 15 Hill Street. M'Bain & Anderson, solicitors, Clerks. 

Arbikie Fund, 1S76. — This Fund was created by the late John Mudie, Esq., of 
Pitmuies, who bequeathed the personal estate of his sister, the late Miss Catherine 
Mudie, of Arbikie, to which he had succeeded as her Residuary Legatee, for the 
purpose of dividing the Free Revenue in annuities of ^40 each, amongst deserving 
persons residing in the parish of Arbroath and St Vigeans. In case of equal merit, 
preference to be given to a candidate belonging to S. Mary's Episcopal Church, Ar- 
broath. Trustees — The Minister of S. Mary's Episcopal Cturch, Arbroath, the 
Parish Ministers of Arbroath and St Vigeans, and the Provost and Town Clerk. 
J. & W. Macdonald, agents, Arbroath. 

Arbroath Educational Trust. — This Governing Body, constituted under the Edu- 
cational Endowments (Scotland) Act, 1882, deals with the educational endowments 
under the Gibson Fund, the Colvill Mortification, Dove's Charity, Rickards Legacy, 
and the Funds of the Female Benevolent Society. Governors : — Reps, of Town 



80 ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 

Council — Provost Anderson and Bailie Chapel. Representatives of Forfarshire 
Education Authority — Rev. George Hitchcock, Rev. Alexander Mills, David Little- 
john, and Arfhur King. Representative of the Kirk Session of Arbroath — Rev. J. 
Spence Cuthill. Representatives of the Gibson Fund Trustees — Rev. E. W. Millar 
and Mr A. D. Lowson. Representatives of the Trustees of the late John Colvill — 
Rev. C. E. Duff and Bailie Beatt. Chairman — Rev. Alexander Mills of Colliston. 
Clerk — F. F. Macdonald, solicitor. 

Dr Brown's Bursary. — This Trust was created by the late Alexander Brown. Esq., 
LL.D., for the purpose of establishing a bursary for boys belonging to the town of 
Arbroath, and resident therein at the time, who may be studying the physical 
sciences at either the University of St Andrews or University College, Dundee, pre- 
ference being given to St Andrews, the bursary to be tenable for a period of not 
more than three years. Trustees — The Minister of the Parish of Arbroath, the 
Minister of Inverbrothock United Free Congregation, Arbroath, and the Town Clerk 
of Arbroath, all for the time being. Agents — D. & W. Chapel, solicitors. 

Petrie's Trust. — In 1875, Mr William Petrie, manufacturer, bequeathed to Trus- 
tees properties supposed to amount to about £2000, the rentals of which, at the 
death of a life-renter and annuitant created by him, to be distributed by them in 
£10 shares amongst "poor deserving women, of respectable character, being in and 
belonging to, and at the time resident in, the parish of St Vigeans, and who have 
not been in receipt of parochial relief for the preceding five years at least." The 
Three Trustees are — The Minister and Kirk T-easurer of St Vigeans, and the Pro- 
vost of Arbroath. 

Miln's Charity, 1880.— The Annual Revenue of £200, bequeathed by the late Robert 
Miln, Esq., of Viewfield, to be applied annually in the purchase of coals 
for the poor of the parish of St Vigeans, within the Parliamentary boundary of the 
Burgh of Arbroath. Trustees — The Minister and Kirk Session of Inverbrothock 
Parish Church, Arbroath. Alexander Millar, 8 1 Carnegie Street, Treasurer. 

The Smith Fund, for Destitute Sick, bequeathed by the late Alexander Smith, 
Esq., of Brothock Bank. The recipients must be residenters. Trustees — The Parish 
Minister, Minister of Inverbrothock Parish Church, and the Kirk Sessions of Ar- 
broath and Inverbrothock. Agent — H. V. Neill. 

Carmichael's 1738. — Mr Carmichael's Estate, divided every half-year among seven 
widows whose husbands have been shipmasters. Patrons — The Provost, Bailies, 
Parish Minister, Kirk Treasurer. Clerks — J. & W. Macdonald. The number of 
recipients on this fund are 3 who each receive .£6 yearly. 

Colvili's 1811. — The Parochial Schoolmaster of Arbroath, and the Parochial 
Schoolmaster of St Vigeans formerly received Thirty Pounds each for the education 
of five poor children in each of their respective schools. The money is now ad- 
ministered by the Arbroath Educational Trust. (See above.) The Episcopal Clergy- 
man, Arbroath, receives Ten Pounds. Ten Pounds are distributed among the poor 
by the Kirk Session of Arbroath, and a like sum by the Kirk Session of St Vigeans. 
The residue is. divided among twenty poor householders. The Provost, Bailies, 
Town Clerk, Dean of Guildry Incorporation, Convener of Trades, Minister and 
Kirk Treasurer of Arbroath, Minister and Kirk Treasurer of St Vigeans, and 
Minister of Episcopal Church, Arbroath, patrons. J. & W. Macdonald, Arbroath, 
clerks, The number of recipients on this fund are 20, who each receive .£18 yearly 

Mrs Runny Strachan's — About Fifty Pounds are yearly expended, one half on 
coals, the other half on oatmeal, and. distributed at Christmas among the most 
necessitous poor. Patrons— The Provost, Bailies, Town Clerk, and the Parish 
Ministers of Arbroath, St Vigeans, and Inverbrothock, and the Minister of the 
Episcopal Church, Arbroath. Clerks— J. & W. Macdonald. 100 recipients. 

Gibson Christmas Charity, 1868.— Annual revenue of £2000 to be applied, one-half 
in the purchase of groceries, oatmeal, and clothes, and the other half in the pur- 
chase of coals yearly, and divided at Christmas among the necessitous poor. Pat- 
rons, &c— Same as Renny Strachan Fund, with the addition of the second minister 
of Arbroath. There are 100 recipients, who each receive value to the extent of £1. 
Clerks— J. & W. Macdonald. 

Forbes Fund, 1864— This Fund is distributed among destitute widows and old 
unmarried females, in sums not less than Eight Pounds, nor more than Ten. The 
recipients must be residenters. Patrons— The Magistrates, Parish Minister, Dean 
of Guild, and Town Clerk. Clerks— J. & W. Macdonald. There are 27 recipients 
who receive £9 or £10 each. 



ARBROATH CHARITIES. 8l_ 

Gibson Fund, 1863— The annual produce of this Fund is applied as follows,— 
£100 was formerly paid annually to the Rector of the High School for the educa- 
tion of eight boys. This is now altered under the constitution of the Arbroath 
Educational Trust. The residue to be divided yearly, at Whitsunday, in sums of 
not less than £20, and not exceeding £25, among poor householders. The preference 
to be given to worthy persons of fallen fortune. Patrons— Magistrates, To wn Clerk, 
Dean of Guildry Incorporation, Convener of Trades, Minister, Assistant Minister, 
and Kirk Treasurer of Arbroath; Minister and Kirk Treasurer of St Vigeans, and 
Minister of Episcopal Church, Arbroath. J. & W. Macdonald, cashiers and agents. 
The number of recipients on this fund is 73, who each receive £20 yearly. 

Gibson Mortification for Sixteen Poor Householders, 1S6S. — The annual revenue 
of £4000 is divided yearly at Whitsunday, amoving sixteen poor householders residing 
in Arbroath. Patrons— Same as above. Amount payable to annuitants— £11. Clerks 
—J. & W. Macdonald. 

John and Helen Davidson Duncan Bequest. — Free annual income to be paid in 
annuities of £10 per annum to natives or old residenters of either sex, of the 
Royal Burgh of Arbroath, between the ages of 50 and 70. Old age pensioners are 
excluded. Trustees— Provost, Magistrates and Councillors of Arbroath. Clerk — 
Robert Finlayson, Town Clerk. Treasurer— E. F. ; Cobb, Town Chamberlain. 

Mrs Jessie Millar or Reid's. — The residue of Mrs Reid's estate is held for divi- 
sion at or about Christmas each yea*- of £10 annually amongst such poor and_ de- 
serving members of the fisher class as her trustees select. No recipient at any time, 
three years prior to payment, to have been in receipt of parochial relief. Agents — 
M'Bain & Anderson, Solicitors. 

The George Anderson Fund. — This fund was created by the late George Anderson 
of Denfield (formerly of George Anderson & Co., Limited, Engineers, Carnoustie), 
who bequeathed the residue of his estate, estimated to amount to fully £20,000, and 
directed the income to be applied by his trustees in assisting working men and 
women connected with Arbroath, who have worked there for not less than ten years, 
and who, through no fault of their own, are unable to maintain themselves. The 
scheme of administration provides that the benefits of the fund shall consist of (a) 
payments at a rate not exceeding in each case 10s per week to be made in advance, 
monthly or otherwise as the trustees shall prescribe, and to be alterable or termin- 
able at any time in their discretion; (£) special gra'its to meet temporary needs 
arising out of exceptional circumstances. The Trustees are — Dr W. J. Dewar, 
Mr James Shanks. Rev. George Hitchcock, and Mr Adam Oliver, S.S.C. Agents- 
Messrs Clark, Oliver, Dewar & Webster. 

Inchcape Fund.— Purposes of the Fund.— The Trustees shall pay the free annual 
income to be derived from the fund to such deserving persons who are natives of, 
or residenters within, the Parliamentary boundaries of the burgh of Arbroath (but 
so long only as the latter shall be so resident), and who have been associated with 
the sea, or have "gone down to the sea in ships," and who require help; and the 
deserving relatives or dependents (who are natives of or are resident in Arbroath) 
of such persons who require help, as the i rusitees shall decide. Clerk — Robert 
Finlayson, Town Clerk. Treasurer — E. F. Cobb, Town Chamberlain. 

Weir Bequest. — Free annual proceeds to be applied for the benefit of Poor and 
deserving persons in the Parish of Arbroath and St Vigeans at the discretion of the 
Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of Arbroath and the Parish Minister of 
Arbroath) and the Parish Ministei of St. Viegans, all for the time being. Clerk — 
Robert Finlayson. Treasurer — E. F.. Cobb, Town Chamberlain. 

Dall Christmas Charity. — Free annual income of £100 to be divided into shares 
of £1 each to be paid, annually at Christmas to such Poor and deserving natives 
or old residenters in the Royal Burgh of Arbroath as the Town Council may select. 
Note. — The capital of this charity wilt fall to be increased by £250 War Stock on 
the death of Mr David Dall, Motherwell, the donor. Clerk— Robert Finlayson, 
Town Clerk. Treasurer — E. F. Cobb, Town Chamberlain. 



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Ecclesiastical Information. 



ARBROATH PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services, n a.m., 6 p.m. 

Minister — Rev. J. Spence Cuthill, B.D. Assistant Minister — Vacant. 
Session Clerk— F. F. Macdonald, Hill Street. Treasurer— Jame s Jack. 
Church Officer— James Smith, 19^ E. Abbey Street. Ladies' Work Party (Tues- 
day, 7 p.m.). Hon. 'President— Mrs F. F. Macdonald, Cliff House. President- 
Mrs Cuthill. Secretary— Miss B. Donaldson, 42 Marketgate. Sabbath School 
at 12.30 p.m. Superintendent— Rev. J. Spence Cuthill, B.D. Bible Class, 
Senior and Junior — Sunday at 5 p.m. District Visitors — Convener, Mr *"• 
Elder. Membership— 1730. 



ABBEY PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services, n a.m., t> p.m. 

Minister— Rev. Alexander Clark, Abbey Manse. Session Clerk— J. M. B. Michie, 
18 Church Street. Session Treasurer— J. M. B. Michie. Chairman of 
Trustees— E. W. R. Myles, 31 Brechin Road. Clerk of Trustees— James Nairn, 
62 Gravesend. Choirmistress— Mrs T. T. Anderson, 4 West Abbey Street. 
Choir meets Thursday, 7.30 p.m. Church Officer— Alex. Paton, East Abbey 
Street. Bible Class, Sunday, 5 p.m. — Rev. Alex. Clark. Sunday School, 2.30, 
Superintendent — Rev. Alex. Clark. Treasurer — Thomas Thomson, 13 Russell 
Street. Women's Guild — President, Mrs Clark, Abbey Manse; Vice-President, 
Mrs Carver, High Street; Secretary, Miss Herald, 62 Gravesend. Women's 
Guild meets Monday, 7 p.m. Junior Guild— Secretary and Treasurer, Miss 
Ella Spankie, 240 High Street. Junior Guild meets Tuesday, 7 p.m. 



LADYIvOAN PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services n a.m., 6 p.m 

Minister— Rev. John M'William, M.A., B.D., Ladvloan Manse. Moderator and 
Session Clerk— Rev. John M'William. Clerk to'the Trustees— William Fraser, 
10 Stanley St. VicePresident of Sunday School— T. Strachan, 7 Guthrie Port. 
Secretary— D. Wyllie, 39 Green St. Treas.— T. Strachan, 7 Guthrie Pt. Church 
Officer — James Begg, 28 Hannah St. Junior Guild Bible Classes— Girls— Miss 
Maggie Ewing; Boys — Douglas Ross. Minister's Senior Bible Class — 
Sunday, 7.15 p.m. — Secretary — Peter Warren; Treasurer — David Wyllie. 
Women's Guild. — President — Mrs M'William; Vice-Presidents — Miss H. M. 
Ewing, Mrs Bisset ; Secretary— Miss M. Ewing; Treasurer — Miss H. M. Ewing. 
District Visitors — Mrs D. Spink, Mrs J. Bisset, Miss Mary .Mitchell, Miss M. 
Ewing, Miss Maggie Wyllie, Miss Hannah Ewing. Miss Evelyn M'Kenzie. 
Miss Peggy Petrie, Miss Mary Innes, .Mrs James Milne, Miss Mina Mitchell, 
Mrs Norman Spink. 



LNVERBROTHOCK PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services n a.m., 

6 p.m. 

Minister— Rev. George Hitchcock, M.A., B.D. Session Clerk— Alex. Hood, Craig- 
ton, Elliot Street. Treasurer of Session— Alex. Miller, 8 Carnegie Street. 
Treasurer & Clerk of Trustees— W. H. Alexander, Clydesdale Bank. Organist & 
Choirmaster— W. Jackson, George Street. Junior Choir meets Thursday, 
7 p.m. Senior Choir meets Thursday, 8 p.m. Church Officer — G. Miller, 
7 James Street. Senior Bible Class :— Sunday, 7.15 p.m.— Rev. G. Hitchcock, 
B.D. Sunday School— 12.30. Superintendent— Rev. G. Hitchcock, B.D. Infant 
School — Miss Macdonald, 9 Cairnie Street. Women's Guild, Tuesday, 
7.30. p.m.— President, Mrs Hitchcock; Secretary, Miss Campbell, 36 Hill Street; 
Treasurer, Miss Hutchison, 17 Victoria Street. Junior Guild meet's every 
Tuesday evening an 7 o'clock. President, Mrs Hitchcock. Men's Guild meets 
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock— President, Rev. G. Hitchcock, B.D. ; Vice- 
President, Arch. M'Callum; Secretary and Treasurer, A. Chapman, 31 Fergus 
Street. 



84 ARBROATH CHURCHES. 



ST MARGARET'S PARISH CHURCH— Sunday Services, n a.m.. 

6 p.m. 

Minister— The Rev. W. E. Gladstone Millar, M.C., B.D. Session Clerk and Trea- 
surer— H. V. Neill, solicitor, 93 High Street. Organist and Choirmaster— Ar- 
thur A. Wallace, 15£ West Port. Church Officer— J. R. Crook, 9 West Keptie St. 
Sunday School, 12.30 — Vice-Superintendent and Treasurer, J. S. Brown, 35 
Howard Street. The Minister's Class, 7.15 p.m. Women's Guild (.Thursday 
evening, 7.30 p.m.) — Secretary, Miss Fraser, 9 Hayswell Road. Treasurer, Miss 
Soutar, Bracklinn. Junior Guild (Thursdays, 6.30 p.m.) — Secretary, Miss Smith, 
24 Dalhousie Place. Study Circle— Secretary, William Walker, Rosedene. 
Convener of Seat-Letting Committee — H. V. Neill, solicitor, 93 High Street. 
Women's Association for Home and Foreign Missions — ^on. Secretary for Pres- 
bytery—Miss M. A. Macdonald, "Windmill House. Membership 1070. Applica- 
tions for sittings received by Session Clerk. 



LADYLOAN U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, n a.m., 6 p.m. 

Minister— Rev. James Cameron. Session Clerks— A. A. Symon, Lochlands Cottage, 
and Joseph Moffat, Kerrlee, Dalhousie Place. Congregational Treasurer— A. C. 
Young, Gasworks House. Clerk of Deacon's Court— James Mackintosh, 2 Seaton 
Road. Members' Rollkeeper— Don. L. Manson, Ardgowan, Nolt Loan. Adherents' 
Rollkeeper— Rev. James Cameron. W.F.W.O. Treasurer— J ames S. Nicoll, 
Hazel Cottage, „.aney Street. Central Fund Treasurer— David Wilson, 23 West 
Port. Foreign Missions Treasurer— RoDert Milligan, 6 Princes Street. Organ- 
ist—Mrs Porter, 2i Russell Street. Membership, "736. smirch Officer— C. Clark, 
55 Dishland Street. Convener of Seat-Letting Committee— Captain James Pet- 
rie, 30 Addison Place. Week-Night Service— Wednesday at 7-30 p.m. Women's 
Guild, Monday, at 7 p.m.— President, Mrs Cameron; Vice-President, Mrs Hay, 
Dalhousie Place; Treasurer, Mrs Wilson, 23 West Port. Girls' Auxiliary, 
Tuesday, at 7 p.m.— President, Mrs Cameron, Manse; vice-president, iViiss 
Jenny Donaldson, 6 Hillend Road; Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Cameron, 
•Manse. Y.P.S.E.H., in Hall at 7 p.m.— Leaders— The Minister and James C. 
Ross, B.Sc. Senior Musical Association on Thursday at 8 p.m. Junior Musi- 
cal Association on Thursday at 7.15 p.m.— Conductor, Mrs Porter. Band ot 
Hope on Thursday at 6 p.m. Superintendent— D. L. Manson, Ardgowan. 
Women's Social Hour, alternate Thursdays at 3 p.m. Boys' Club on Pridays 
at 7 p.m. Leader— Joseph Moffat, Kerrlee, Dalhousie Place. Children's Service 
on Sabbath at 4.45," Superintendents— David Ramsay and John Beattie. 



KNOX'S U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, n a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister— Emeritus Rev. J. P. Lilley, M.A., D.D., Mayfteld Terrace, Edinburgh. 
Minister— Rev. J. R. Wark, M.A. Superintendent! of Sabbath School— Mr J as. 
Moffat, Howard Street. Session Clerk— G. Sherriffs, Lochlea. Clerk of Deacons' 
Court— James Vannet, 2^ Fergus Street. Treasurer— D. Smith, 62 Lochlands 
Street. Membership— 350. Church Officer— J. Robertson, Cochlands Street. 



INVERBROTHOCK U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, ii a.m., 6 p.m. 

Minister— Rev. Alexander Rust, M.A., Lochland House, Elliot Place. Session 
Clerk— David B. King, Balbardie, Neville Street. Superintendent of 
Sabbath School— W. E. Crichton, Mansfield, Brechin Road. Con- 
gregational Treasurer— David Carnegie, 21 Russell Street. Central Fund Trea- 
surer—David Grant, 4 Lochland Street. Clerk of Deacons' Court— David Car- 
negie, 21 Russell St. Convener of Seat-Letting Committee— David Carnegie 21 
Russell Street. Secretary of Women's Guild— Mrs Crichton, Mansfield Or- 
ganist and Choirmaster— William Sutherland, 260 High Street. Church Officer 
—David Hastings, 30 Hamilton Green. 



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ST NINIAN'S U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. Evan M. Campbell. Session Clerk — Wm. Ramsay. Congregational 
Treasurer — Watson Baird. W.F.W.O. Treasurer — John Jack. Superintendent 
of Sabbath School — James Pirie. Organist — George C. Paterson. Church Officer 
— Wm. Croal, 20 West Abbey Street. Women's Guild— Hon. President, Mrs 
Hawot; President Elect— Mrs E. M. Campbell; Vice-President— Mr s T. S. 
Anderson; Treasurer — Mrs George S. Robertson; Secretary — Miss Wilson, 
Rotomahana. 

PRINCES STREET U.F. CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. James Murray. Interim Sessian Clerk — Rev. James Murray. 
Session Treasurer — Robert Rae. Preses — Vacant Treasurer — Arthur S. 
Fair-weather, Kinloch Terrace. Clerk to Managers— J. Harold Leuchars, 13 East 
Abbey St. Organist— Helen B. Mill. Superintendent ot Sunday School— Rev. J. 
Murray. Secretary of Sabbath School— David Cuthbert, 52^ Millgate Loan. 
Membership — 547. Church Officer — Mrs Fairweather, Fergus Square. Mission 
Committee — Secretary, Angus M. Fairweather. Bible Class meets every Sunday 
after evening service. Service for Deaf Mutes — Sunday Morning, 12.30, and 
Evening, 6 o'clock. Work Party — Monday evening at 7 o'clock. Prayer Meeting 
Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. 

ERSKINE U.F. CHURCH— Sundav Services, n a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. Thomas Ure Paterson, M.A., Erskine Church Manse, 8 Dalhousie 
Place. Session Clerk— J. R. W. Clark. Roll-keeper— John Tait. Preses— 
John C. Grant. Secretarv— Adam Smith, 124 High Street. Treasurer— Adam 
Oliver, S.S.C. Mission Secretary and Treasurer— J. D. M'Culloch, 25 Cairnie 
Street. Organist and Choirmaster — William Hunter, 6 Carnegie Street. 
Church Officer— William Millar, Erskine Church House, 51 Marketgate. Mem- 
bership — 660. Sunday School meets at close of forenoon service. Superintendent 
— Alexander Scott, 64 Fergus Square. Junior Bible Class meets at 5 p.m., and 
the Minister's Bible Class at close of evening service (October to March). 
Senior Bible Class Secretary and Treasurer — Robert Forbes, 6 East Newgate. 
On Mondavs, the Women's Working Guild meets at 7 p.m. Secretary — Miss 
Christie, 56 Rossie Street. Girls' Auxiliary — Mondays at 7.30 p.m.; also on 
Monday evenings the Girls' Clubs. On Tuesday evenings, Boys' Club. Con- 
vener of Club Work — Alexander Scott. 64 Fergus Square. Meeting for Bible 
Study — Tuesdays. 7.30 p.m. The Children's Choir meets for practice on Tues- 
days at 6.45 p.m., and the Church Choir on Thursday evening at 8.15. Men's 
Guild— Fridays at 8 p.m. Secretary — R. D. Blair, 46 Culloden Road. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— Sunday Services, u a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. Thomas Shanks. Secretary, W. Rennie, 15 Hayswell Road. Treas. 
— Tohn D. Dundas. 4 Hillend Road. Superintendent of Sunday School — T. 
Riley, 30 Elliot Street. Organist— A. M'Lure, 3 Fergus Square. Sunday 
School at close of morning service. Intermediate Class and Minister's ±fible 
Class at close of evening service. Ladies' Sewing Guild on Tuesday evenings 
at 7.30. Mutual Improvement Society on alternate Fridays at 8.15 p.m. during 
winter. Church Officer — James Kerr, 25 Duke Street. 

UNITED ORIGINAL SECESSION CHURCH— Sunday Services, 
it a.m., 2.15 p.m. 

Minister— Vacant. Session Clerk — Andrew Ellis, 72 Rossie Street. Congregational 
Treasurer — A. G. Petrie, Gravesend. Clerk of Managers — Bertie Alexander, 
High Street. Leader of Psalmody — Arthur Hamilton. Sabbath School meets 
at 3.30, A. G. Petrie, Superintendent. Young Women's Guild — Mrs Wm. Car- 
rie, President. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— Sunday Services, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 
Minister — Vacant. Secretary David Chalmers, 55 Rossie Street. Treasurer — 
Miss J. A. MacLaren, Commerce Street. Sunday School Super- 

intendent — Mr J. L. Bannerman, 23 Kinnaird Street. Church Officer — 
Mr James Dear, 10 Dishlandtown Street. Christian Endeavour — Tuesday, at 
7.30 p.m. Praver Meeting— Wednesday, at 7.30 p.m. S.S. at 12.30. Ladies' 
Guild— Mondav at 7.15 p.m. 



86 ARBROATH CHURCHES. 

ST JOHN'S METHODIST CHURCH— Sunday Services, n a.m., 
6 p.m. Sunday School and Minister's Biblel Class at 12.15 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. Thomas J. Bellis, Sit John's Manse, Seaton Road. Circuit Steward — 
Mr C. C. Anderson, 13 George Street. Society Stewards — Mr George Anderson, 
35 Elliot Street, and Mr H. Wilson, 24 Elliot Street. Poor Stewards— Mr J. 
S. Bennett, 31 Cairnie Streeit, and Mr D. Milne, Wesley House. Church 
Steward, Captain D. B. Marshall, Salisbury Place. Superintendent of Sunday 
School — Mr C. C. Anderson. Secretary, Mr G. Anderson. Monday, 7 p.m. — 
Sewing Meeting— Presidents, Mrs H. Wnson, 24 Elliot Street, and Mrs Skel- 
ton, 1 Church Street; Secretary, Mrs Beiris, The Manse; Treasurer, Mrs Nicoll, 
14 Kyd Street. Tuesday, 6.30 p.m. — Junior Class, conducted by the Minister. 
Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. — Junior Wesley Gu~^ — Secretary, Miss Mollison, Bank St. 
Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. — Senior Wesley Guild — Secretary, Mr Alex. Bowman, 19 
Catherine * Street. Organist— Mr G. Anderson. Church Officer, Mr D. Milne, 
Wesley House, Ponderlaw Streeit. Membership 128. 

S. MARY'S EPISCOPAL, CHURCH— Sunday Services, 8.30 and 
11 a.m., 6 p.m. 

Rector— Rev. Ed. W. Millar; B.A. (Oxon.). Treasurer— G. W. Ronald. Lay Elector 
Mr G. R. Thomson. Lay Representative — A. R. Duncan, Parkhill. Secretary of 
Home Mission Committee — Miss Duncan, Strachan Street. Superintendent of 
Foreign Mission Guild— Mrs E. W. Millar, The Rectory. Secretary of Women's 
Association for Foreign Missions — Mrs Glendenning, 116 High Street. Sec- 
retary of Aberlour Work Party— Mrs Millar, the Rectory. Secretary of Clergy 
Fund— T. M'Quillen. Organist and Choirmaster— H. V. Stone. Membership 
about 1000. Communicants about 450. 
ST THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH— Sunday Services 9 and 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 

Clergyman— Rev. William M'Currach. Congregation— about 400. Mistress of 
Sunday School— Miss Williams. Needlework Guild Secretary and Treasurer- 
Miss M. M'Currach, Dishland Street. During Musketry season Sunday morn- 
ing service at 10 only. Catholic Insurance Society Agent— A. Petrie— 20 Helen 
Street. 

SALVATION ARMY— Citadel, 45 Marketgate— Sunday Services, 
11 a.m., 3 and 7 p.m. 

Com. Officers— Captain and Mrs Green. Puuuc Week-night Services on Monday, 
Thursday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Young People's Services— Sunday, 1.30 and 
5 p.m. Week Nights— Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 6.30 p.m. 
(Wednesday at 8 p.m.— Women's Home League.) financial sheet published 
yearly. Treasurer — Mrs Fraser. 

ARBROATH ESTABLISHED PRESBYTERY. 

Ministerial Members— James S. Cuthill, B.D., Arbroath; Alex. Clark, Abbey; 
G. Hitchcock, B.D., Inverbrothock ; W. E. G. Millar, B.D., St Margaret's; John 
M'William, B.D., Ladyloan— Arbroath. A. C. Kennedy, B.D., Arbirlot ; R. In- 
gram. B.D., Auchmithie; John Heggie, Barry; J. G. Lyon, B.D., Carmyl- 
lie, James Baillie, M.A., Carnoustie. Alex. Mills, M.A., Collision (.Clerk); 
P. A. Andrew, Friockheim; W. G. Law, M.A., Guthrie; Andrew Halden, In- 
verkeilor; D Macarthur, M.A., Kinnell ; Tohn Boyle, B.D., Kirkden ; Walter P. 
Cox, M.A., Lunan; John Caesar, M.A., Panbride; Charles E. Duff, B.D., St 
Vigeans. 

UNITED FREE CHURCH PRESBYTERY OF ARBROATH AND 
FORFAR. 

Ministerial Members— Arbroath— Erskine, T. Ure Paterson, M.A. ; Inverbrothock, 
Alexander Rust, M.A., Colleague and Successor, vacant; Knox's, J. R. Wark, 
M.A. ; Ladyloan, James Cameron; Princes Street, James Murray; St Ninian's, 
Rev. Evan M. Campbell; Arbirlot, John Oliver; Barry, A. J. Campbell, M.A. ; 
Carmyllie, John Thomson, M.A. ; Carnoustie— Erskine, J. F. Dempster, Col- 
league and Successor, R. F. Chisholm, B.D. ; St Stephen's, James Philip, Col- 
league and Successor, W. Cumming Thom, Ph.D.. Colliston, A. Murray Scott, 
M.A. ; Letham, A. M. Douglas, M.A. ; Forfar— East, Geo. P. Philps ; West, 
Peter Diack, M.A. ; Friockheim, John Smith, M.A. (Clerk); Inverkeilor, John 

. Adams, B.D. ; Kirriemuir— North, J. Park Noble ; South, William Kirkpatrick; 
First, James G. Marr, M.A. ; Memus, John M. Craig; Panbride, Alex. White, 
B.D. Ministers Emeriti— E. T. Vernon, i.x.Av. J. P. Lilley, D.D.; Thos. S. 
Anderson; John A. Tweedie. 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



Other Public Boards, Societies, &c. 



REGISTRAR'S OFFICE— 81 High Street. 

Registrar— Alexander Smith, 24 Culloden Terrace. Assistant— James M. Bj Michie, 
18 Church Street. Hours on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday— 11 a.m. 
to 3 p.m., and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. ; on Wednesdays and Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Births must be registered within 21 days ; Marriages, 3 days ; Deaths, 8 days. 
Notice of Marriage to be put on the Board must be seven entire days. 

BURGH STATUTORY LICENSING COURT. 

Burgh Magistrates. Annual Court — Second Tuesday of April at 12 noon. Half- 
Yearly Court — Third Tuesday of October at 12 noon. 

ARBROATH BURGH LICENSING APPEAL COURT. 
Provost Anderson, Bailie Chapel, and the representatives from Montrose, Forlar 
and Brechin. 

COUNTY STATUTORY LICENSING COURT. 

Annual Court — Third Tuesday of April, at 12 noon. Half-Yearly Court — Last Tues- 
day of October, at 12 noon. D. Littlejohn, solicitor, J. P., Clerk Depute for 
Arbroath District. 

SHERIFF COURT— Commerce Street. 
Held every Wednesday at 11 a.m. Judge s — Sheriff George Morton, 
K.C. ; Sheriff Substitute Gordon; Hon. Substitutes— A. R. Duncan, W. J. Rollo, 
and F. F. Macdonald. Depute Sheriff Clerff — James Duncan. Bar Officer — 
Thomas Alder. 

OLD AGE PENSIONS OFFICERS. 
Pension Officers— T. A. M'Quillen, John Fyfe, and A. G. Kydd, Customs and 
Excise Office, Shore. 

NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE COMMITTEE— Arbroath Burgh. 
Persons appointed by the Town Council — Dean of Guild D. R. Macdonald, 
Councillor W. J. Anckorn, Councillor F. Irons, Councillor A. King, Mrs 
Lindsay aCrnegie, Miss M. A. Macdonald, Dr A. D. Yule. Persons appoint- 
ed by the Scottish Insurance Commissioners — Mrs Dick, Lochhead ; Mrs 
Royal, Dr Keith. Grouped Societies— Miss Bisset, D. D. Calder, Miss A. 
Edward, A. Hood, G. M'Ardle, A. Petrie, J. P. Reid. Representatives from 
Individual Societies— T. C. Esplin, J. Scott, R. Kinnear, W. Purdie, R. Bis- 
seit, W. C. Henderson, T. Woodside, Mrs Joss, Miss Hosea, W. Stewart. 
Representatives from Doctors— Dr J . D. Gilruth, Dr Laing. Deposit Con- 
tributors Representative — T. Riley. Chairman — W. Purdie. Vice-Shairman — 
R. Kinnear. Secretary — W. T. P. Gourley, 82 Marketgate. 

ARBROATH PUBLIC HEALTH HOSPITAL & SMALLPOX 
HOSPITAL. 

Under the management of Arbroath Town Council, for the reception and treatment 
of cases occurring within the Burgh of Arbroath. Matron— Miss Haldane. 
Members of Committee in Charge of Hospitals— Provost Anderson, Bailie Milne, 
Treasurer Judge Robertson, Councillors Clark (convener) and Anckorn. Clerk — 
Robert Finlayson, Town Clerk. 

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE— Office, 64 Ladybridge Street. 
Preventive Officer— J. E. Tuggey. Deputy Receiver of Wreck, Registrar of Shipping 
and Royal Naval Reserve, and Superintendent of Mercantile Marine — T. A. 
M'Quillen, J. Fyfe, and A. G. Kydd. Office hours — 2-3 p.m.; Saturdays — 11 to 
noon. 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Arbroath Burgh School Management 
Committee. 




ARBROATH HIGH SCHOOL. 



^pHE School provides a COMPLETE COURSE of 
-*- Education— Primary, Intermediate, and Second- 
ary. Pupils are prepared both for the University 
and for Commercial life. The Class Rooms and 
Laboratories are provided with all Modern Apparatus 
and Accessories. Needlework, Woodwork, Gymnastics, 
Swimming and Singing are included in the Curriculum. 
The School is a recognised Centre for the training of 
Students intending to become Teachers. Bursaries 
and Scholarships are very numerous. 



Jill information may be had from the Rector. 



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ARBROATH PUBLIC BOARDS, &c. 89 



COAST GUARD. 

Station — 11 Shore, Arbroath. Inspector of Division — Captain Way, Aberdeen. 

Inspector of District — Mr J. Ralph. Arbroath Station : — Station Officer— H. 

Bruinmage. Coast Guard — A. F. Thomas. Carnoustie Coastguard — A. R. Coffin, 

H. Burvill, R. F. Lewington. Keys — Arbroath and ^arnoustie at Coastguard. 

ROCKET APPARATUS. 
Kept at House, East Grimsby in charge of Coastguard. 

BELL ROCK LIGHTHOUSE. 
Built on Inchcape Rock, about 12 miles south-east of Arbroath. There are four 
keepers, three of whom are always on the rock, and one on shore. 

BELL- ROCK LIGHTHOUSE SIGNAL TOWER, Ladyloan. 
The residence of the light-keepers when on shore. 
Principal — John D. M'Gilvray. Assistants — Andrew Twatt, Andrew M. Black, 
James Mitchell. 

SHIP-BROKER. 
Lloyd's Agent — A. S. Edward, 6 Hayswell Road. 

ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION— Founded, 1824. 
(Supported solely by voluntary contributions.) 
Arbroath Branch. — Lifeboat House — East Grimsby. Patron — Rt. Hon. the Earl of 
Northesk. President — Provost A. C. Anderson. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — 
William Walker, Commercial Bank. Coxswain — David Cargill, 6 Marketgate. 
Second Coxswain — Andrew Cargill, 26 Seagate. Bowman — William Bruce, 11 
Marketgate. Signalman — Robert Stracnan, 53 High Street. Fleet — 121 Seit- 
righting Boats, 66 Special Types, 4J Motor Lifeboats. Lives saved from ship- 
wreck in 1925, nearly 600, entailing 530 ineboat launches. 

ARBROATH BURGH SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE. 
Chairman— David Littlejohn. Other Members — W. J. Anckorn, W. F. Anderson, 
David Dowall, David Drysdale, James S. Edwards, Richard E. Hart, Rev. 
George Hitchcock, Robert Irvine, Arthur King, Rev. William M'Currach, 
James P. Reid, W. h.- Milne, James Cant. Clerk — W. H. Alexander, 62 High 
Street. Officer and Caretaker — Thomas Ross, 15 George Street. Assistant 
Officer — Alex. Mather. Property Sub-Committee — Messrs Anderson, W. L. 
Milne, James Cant, Anckorn, Edwards and Littlejohn — Mr Littlejohn,. 
convener. Officer's Sub-Committee. — Rev. William M'Currach and Messrs 
Reid, Anckorn, Irvine, Dowall, Hart, and Littlejohn — Mr Reid, con- 
vener. Continuation Classes Sub - Committee — Rev. George Hitch- 
cock, and Messrs Littlejohn, King, Reid, Drysdale, M'Currach, Edwards and 
Dr Mackenzie — Mr King, convener. Medical Treatment Sub-Committee — Rev. 
G. Hitchcock, and Messrs Littlejohn. Cant, Edwards, and Anckorn, School Re- 
gisters Committee. — High School — Messrs Anckorn and King; Keptie School — 
Messrs King and Dowall ; Inverbrothock School — Messrs Hart and W. L. Milne ; 
Abbey School — Messrs Hitchcock and Littlejohn; Parkhouse School — Mr 
M'Currach; Ladyloan School— Messrs Reid and Edwards; Hill School— Messrs 
Dowall and Cant; Cookery School — Mr Hart; St T.iomas hchao! — Mr Anckorn. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

High School— Rector— D. Drysdale, M.A., B.Sc. English & History— John Patter- 
son; Miss Mary A. B. Crichton, M.A.; Miss A. J. Leuchars, M.A. Geography- 
Miss M. S. Kelly, M.A. Classics— G. S. Robertson, i.x.A.; Miss A. C. Stirling, 
Modern Languages— J. S. M'Alley, Miss E. I. Henderson, Miss A. C. Stirling, 
M.A. Mathematics— W. N. Prophet, M.A. ; Jas. Anderson, M.A., B.Sc. ; Miss 
T. Matthew, M.A. Science— A. J. M'Kenzie, M.A., B.Sc, Ph.D.; R. C. Brown, 
B.Sc, J. C. Ross, B.Sc. Drawing— A. Inglis, F.S.A. (Scot.), Miss E. A. Anderson. 
Music— C. A. Forster, A.R.C.O. Needlework — Miss May i^. Anderson. Wood- 
work— C. Chatwin. Physical Instruction— G. R. Edward & Miss P. M. Clulow. 
Primary Department— W. F. Anderson, F.E.I.S. ; Miss Euphemia Tarbat, Miss 
Elizabeth D. Matthews, Miss Dorothy M. Smith, Miss Jane A. M. Watt, Miss 
. Edith Riddle, Miss Harriet A. Rodger, Miss Amy W. Williamson, Miss 
Margaret B. Wark. Janitor — James Christie, High School Lodge. 

Keptie Intermediate— Headmaster, Archibald M'Callum. School year ended 31st 
July. Janitor — Alex. Janes. 9 Keptie Street. Number on Roll, 417. Average 
attendance, 376. 

Abbey — Headmaster, A. D. Gilbert, M.A. Number on Jxo.., 376. Average atten- 
dance, 338. School year ended 31st July. Janitor — William Martin, Elm Ter- 
race, Demondale. 



90 ARBROATH PUBLIC BOARDS, &c. 

Inverbrothock. — Headmaster — James Guild, B.A. (Lond.), L.C.P., F.S.A. (Scot.). 
School year ended 31st July. Janitor — George Leslie, 47 Kinnaird Street. 
Number on Roll, 564. Average attendance, uu4.2. 

Parkhouse. Headmaster — Vacant. School year ended 32st July. Number on 
Roll — 502. Average attendance — 420. Janitor — Stewart Dilly, 4 Stanley St. 

Ladyloan. Headmaster — W. O. Brown, F.E.I.S. School year ended 31st July. 
Number on Roll, 343. Average attendance, 311. Janitor — David Monro, 49 
Wallace Street. 

St Thomas R.C. School.— Teacher— Miss A. Williams. Number on Roll— 95. Aver- 
age attendance — 88. 

Continuation Classes, Superintendent— A. J. M'Kenzie, M.A. I.— High School — 
Classes — Engineering, Building Construction, French, Gaelic, Ambulance, Sick 
Nursing, Chemistry, Millinery Dressmaking, Plain Needlework, Spinning, 
Weaving. II. — Keptie School— Da-vision III. — Headmaster, R. Irvine. Classes 
in Commercial, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Shorthand. English, Typewriting. 
Division I. Classes for Elementary General Education. III. — Cookery School- 
Miss Muirhead. Classes in Cookery, Household Management. 

DALE COTTAGE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Brechin Road. 
President— A. R. Duncan, Esq., of Parkhill. Vice-Presidents— Claud Strachan 
Carnegie, Esq., of Tarrie. Colin Grant, Esq., of Woodside, and A. D. Lowson, 
Esq., of Eimbank. Hon. Treasurer— A. C. Anderson, non. Secretary— Win. 
Chapel, solicitor. Hon. Physician — J. Thomson, .\l.j->. uon. Dental bur- 
geon— D. M. Small, L.D.S. (Englanu;. Hon. Auditor— E. F. Cobb. Super- 
intendent and Matron— Mr and Mrs W. Stewart. Teacher— Miss Patterson. 
Number of scholars — 30. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCOTLAND— Forfarshire Branch. 
Chairman— W. F. Anderson, High School, Arbroath. Vice-Chairman— Arch. M'Cal- 
lum, Keptie School, Arbroath. Secretary— J. B. Rodger, Academy, Fortar. 
Treasurer— John M'Donald, Farnell. District Representatives— Arbroath— W. 
F. Anderson; Treasurer, R. Irvine. Dundee— Secretary and Treasurer, James 
Keir, Drumgeith. Montrose— Secretary and Treasurer, J. Macdonald. Forfar 
Secretary and Treasurer, J. B. Rodger. Council Representatives for Fortar 
and Kincardine— W. F. Anderson, Arb'-oath. J. B. Riddoch, Stonehaven. Coun- 
cil Representatives of Secondary Teachers— G. S. Robertson, Arbroath. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMITTEE. 

From the Town Council— Bailie_ Beatt, Dean of Guild Macdonald, Councillors 
Kinnear, Sherriffs, Irons, Souttar, King. Littlejohn, Anckorn, Matthews. From 
the Ratepayers— James Jack (chairman), Rev. James Camemn, Rev. James 
Murray, James M'Leod, George R. Wallace, David Drysdale, Dr W. J- 
Dewar, Thomas Riley, Peter Elder, and James S. Soutar. Librarian -Miss 
Strachan. Secretary and Treasurer— W. J. Rollo. Hours— Lending De- 
partment, 11 a.m. till 4 p.m., and 6 p.m. till 8 p.m.; Reference Department, 
11 a.m. till 8 p.m.; Reading Room, 9 a.m. till 8 30 p.m. On Ihursday the 
Lending and Reference Departments are closed at 1 p.m. 

PICTURE GALLERY— Library Buildings— Open to the Public Free. 
Under the Management of the Library Committee. Open from 11 a.m. till dusk. 
Closed on Thursday at 1 p.m. Curator— Miss Strachan. 

MUSEUM— Webster Memorial Hall (Now under Library Committee). 
Open to the Public Free. Hours— 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Caretaker— Robert Spink. 

ALLAN-FRASER ART COLLEGE, HOSPITALFIFLD. 
(Founded by the late Patrick Allan-Fraser, H.R.S.A., under the authority of 
whose Trustees the College is conducted.) 
Governor— Peter Munnoch. Agents and Factors— J. & W. Macdonald. Tenure of 
study— Four years. For male students intending to make art a profession, but 
who'are unable, through insufficient means, to get the necessary training el»e- 
where. 



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ARBROATH SECTION OF ST ANDREW'S AMBULANCE CORPS. 
Patronesses — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie of Anniston ; Mrs Chalmers of Woodhill, Blair- 
gowrie; Mrs A. S. Briggs, Kelly Castle; Mrs R- F. D. Bruce, Colliston Castle; 
Mrs Charles Bruce of Tarriebank. President— Thomas Scott, West Newton. 
Vice-Presidents— Provost A. C. Anderson, Fernlea. D. C. Rutherford Lindsay 
Carnegie of Kinblethmont ; ex-Provost G. Rutherford Thomson, Viewbank; ex- 
Bailie Robertson, Rosemount; G. R. Wallace, 66 Nolt Loan; Harry Corsar, 
Cardean, Morley Place; Norman B. Anderson, Seaforth; D. W. Barrie, L.M. 
& S., Dundee; Chief Constable j. Macdonald, Greenbank; Robert Smith, re- 
tired station master; D. M. Baxter, Wordie & Co.'s agent. Hon. Surgeon and 
lecturer— D. Laing, M.D. Commandant — John Martin. Assistant Commandant 
— Henry Black. Sergeant— John Clark. First Corporals — Evan M'Leod and 
David Cowie. Second Corporals— Miss Bella Esplin and Miss Elizabetn 
Strachan. Secretary— J. B. Edmonds, 62 Howard Street. Treasurer— Miss 
Carrie Hendry. Committee— John Clark, T. C. Esplin, Jame s Riley, Clark 
Borland, Miss Mary Colville, Miss Annie Ross. Auditors— Evan M'Leod and 
J. S. C. Smith. 

INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY. 

President — W. W. Webster of Denley. Vice-Presidents — Colin Grant of 
Woodside, ex-Provost Rutherford Thomson, and Alexander Hood. Chairman 
of Weekly Committee — J. C. Dewar. Hon. Consulting Physician and Sur- 
geon—Prof. Tur.ton Price, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), Dundee. Attending 
Surgeons— David Laing, M.D. ; J. D. Gilruth, M.D., M.A. ; Arthur D. Yule, 
M.B., B.Sc. ; J. E. G. Thomson, M.B., l-.M. Resident Doctor— D. Swan An- 
derson, M.B., Ch.B. Hon. Treasurer— W. J. Rollo. Hon. Secretary— F. F. 
Macdonald. Auditor — T. W. P. Gourley. Lady Superintendent — Miss M'Elney. 
Hours of Visiting — Wednesday to Saturday, 7 to 8 p.m. ; Sunday, 3.30 to 4.30 
p.m. Annual Meeting in June. 

ARBROATH LITERARY CLUB. 
President — G. S. Robertson. Vice-Presidents — Dr W. J. Dewar (ex officio), V. 
Drysdale and W. Royal. Hon. Secretary— J. C. Dewar. Hon. Treasurer— Wm. 
Walker. Members of Committee — W. F. Anderson and Charles Bruce. 

ARBROATH BURNS CLUB. 
Hon. j. residents— Lord St Vigeans, Ex-Provost Grant, Dr Gilruth. Hon. Vice- 
Presidents— Ex-Provost Rutherford Thomson, Provost Anderson, and Sir Robt. 
Hutchison, M.f. President— Banie Chapel. Vice-Presidents— Mr James 
Hood and Mr Harry Corsar. Joint Secretaries— Messrs R. Kinnear and John 
Joss. Treasurer — Mr James Macdonald. Committee — Messrs W. Beanie, j. B. 
Crockatt, Dj Drury, J. G, Booth, J. M. Meffan, W. W. Royal, A. B. Winton, 
vv. Walker, R. Mcwashan, and John Stewart. Membership— 130. 

COMUNN GAIDHLIG— Instituted 191 1. 

President— William Malcolm. Vice-Presidents— Hector Urquhart, William Chal- 
mers. Secy, and Treasurer— Murdoch J. Mackay, 4 Lochland St. Committee- 
Misses Marion Mackay, Jessie A. Coull, and Messrs M. T. Mackay, W. Mndie, 
Gordon Ferrier, and W. Hutchison. Bard— William Malcolm. Hon Pipers— 
Pipe-Major A. Lundie and James Begg. 

THE N^W CLUB— Guildry Buildings, Arbroath. 
Chairman — A. C. Anderson. Committee — A. C. Anderson, C. D. iu.iln, John H. Sim, 
William Webster, W. H. Alexander, and G. Tillotson. Steward — Norman 
Anderson. Secretary — D. Littlejohn, solicitor. 

ARBROATH SCIENTIFIC AND NATURAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION. 
President— James S. Nicoll. Vice-Presidents — James S. Whvte, Alex. H. Salmond, 
M.A. Secretary and Treasurer— W. W. Royal, 12 Addison Place. Councillors 
—Jane Y. Mackay, Alex. P. Lowson, Alex. Christi.e Capt. A. S. Edward, 
Alex. C. Young. Annual Meeting — Third Thursday in May. 



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NORMAL CLIMATOLOGICAL METEOROLOGICAL STATION. (LOCHLAJNUs; 
Observer — James W. Robertson, Western Cemetery Lodge. 

CHORAL UNION. 
Hon. President — Ex-Provost Grant. President — Ex-Provost Rutherford Thomson. 
Vice-Presidents— A. Beatt, G. C. Paterson, J. C. Dewar, and G. A. Francis. 
Secretary — John Joss, 93 Keptie) St. Treasurer — W. H. Thorueycroft, 127 High 
Street. Librarian — George Paterson Committee — D. Drurv, John Eddie, T. A. 
M 'Guillen, Watson Baird, W. H. Thorneycrott, Geo. Salmond, Mrs EV. Savege, 
Mrs Porter. Conductor — Claude A. Forster. Pianist — Arthur A. Wallace. 
Annual Meeting — First week in October. 

ARBROATH DRAMATIC SOCIETY. 
Hon. Patron— Martin Harvey, Esq. Hon. Presidents— Dr Gilruth, Dr Yule, A. D. 
Lowson, Esq. President— Geo. T. Wilson, Esq. Vice-President— Mr Geo. N. 
Boath. Secretary and Treasurer — Miss V. G. Cobb, 3 West Grimsby. 

UNITAS DRAMATIC CLUB. 
Chairman — John Ritchie. Stage Manager — George Boath. 

ARBROATH CAGE BIRD SOCIETY— Instituted 1905. 
Hon. Presidents— Miss Ruth Webster, Dr W. J. Dewar, Mr J. Matthews, Mr D. R. 
Macdonald, Capt. Edwards. President— Mr A. Niven. Vice-President — Mr D, 
Watt. Secretary— Mr W. Guild, 7 West Mill Wynd. Treasurer— Mr D. Mor- 
ton. Committee of Management — Messrs J. Shepherd, D. Scott, D. Millar, W. 
Muir, C. Millar, D. Shepherd. 

ARBROATH CANINE CLUB. 
Hon. President— F. F. Macdonald. President— D. R. Macdonald. Vice-President— 
A. Lisk. Interim Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — William C. Chalmers 
Committee — Messrs W. C. Chalmers, Alex. Scott, Wm. H. Thorneycroft, Alex. 
Key, A. Ritchie, R. K. Gould, A. Chalmers, Wm. Macdonald, John M'Pher- 
son, Wm. Dall, C. Graham, Wm. Blair. 

ARBROATH INSTRUMENTAL BRASS BAND— Established 1893. 
Hon. President — Provost Anderson. Hon. Vice-Presidents — Dean of Guild Mac- 
donald, Chief Constable Macdonald, Ex-Provost Thomson, W. McGregor. 
President — J. Ritchie. Vice-President — J. Lorimer. Hon. Secy. — Wm. Stirling, 
44 Ernest St. ; Treasurer — D. Smith. Bandmaster — John B. Esplin. Professional 
Conductor — Robt. Kimmer. The Band practises every Tuesday and Thursday in 
Band Room, Helen Street. The Town Council are Trustees for the Instruments 
used by the Band. 

ARBROATH HIGHLAND PIPE BAND 

Pipe-Maior — Alexander Lundie. Sergeant — A. Soutar. Corporal — W. Middleton. 
President — E. Robbie. Secretary — Alex. Milne. 20 Park Street. Committee 
Soutar. Milne,' Lawrence, Lundie, Begg. 

SCOTTISH NATIONAL LEAGUE— ARBROATH BRANCH (Instituted 1921). 
President— James C. Hay. Vice-President— Gordon Ferrier. Secretary— Murdoch 
J. Mackay, 4 I.ochland St. Committee— D. V. Cargill, W. Hutchison, G. Crowe. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
President— H. S. Buchan, Hilton of Arbikie, Inverkeilor. Secretary— R. S. Smith, 
solicitor, Commerce Street. 

GUILDRY INCORPORATION. 
Dean— Ex-Provost Thomson. Council— John C. Dcwar, John A. Wilson, J. S. 
Soutar, W. J. Rollo, A. D. Lowson, James Jack, and James Hood. Clerk, 
Treasurer, and Fiscal— A. C. Anderson. Annual meeting in October. 

SEVEN INCORPORATED TRADES. 

Convener— A. D. Lowson. Clerk— A. C. Anderson. Annual Meeting— Michaelmas. 



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GLOVER INCORPORATION. 
Deacon — A. D. Lowson. Boxmaster and Clerk — A. C. Anderson. Annual Meeting — 
Michaelmas. 

WEAVERS' INCORPORATION. 

Deacon — W. P. Sandenian. Boxmaster — A. C. Anderson. Clerk and Assessor — A. 

C. Anderson. Annual Meeting — Michaelmas. 

SHOEMAKERS. 

Deacon — Robert I. Low. Boxmaster and First Key-Keeper — A. C. Anderson. 
Clerk — A. C. Anderson, solicitor. Annual Meeting — Michaelmas. 

HAMMERMEN. 
Deacon — George K. Reid. Boxmaster — A. P. Lowson. Clerk — A. C. Anderson, 
solicitor. Annual Meeting — Michaelmas. 

FREE GARDENERS. 
Free Gardeners' Friendly Society— Hall, 2 Park Street. R.W.M.— Harry Rose. 

Secretary— James Thomson, 54 Rossie St. Treasurer— John S. Napier, 52 St 

Vigeans Road. Meets every alternate Monday at 2 Park Street. 
St Paul't Lodge (No. 7)— Ancient Order of Free Gardeners. Meet in Park Street 

Hall first Monday of every month. R.W.M. — A. Ellis. Secretary— H. V. 

Lefevre. Treasurer — H. V. Lefevre. 

A Q. FREE GARDENERS (SCOT) 
Insured Association — Arbroath Branch (46). 
President— James Thomson. Committee — W. Robertson, Alexander M'Nicull. Alex. 
Christie, and T. Cargill. Sick Stewart — J. Thomson. Secretary and ! rea- 
surer — John S. Napier, 52 St Vigeans Road. 

MASONIC LODGES. 

Royal Arch Chapter— Hope, No. 9.— M.E.Z.— Theodore N. Kennedy. M.E.P.Z.'s— 
Robert Butchart, Andrew Ruxton, Charles Robbie, Charles Gray, William 
Kinnear, Andrew Ellis, A. D. Lowson. M.E.H.— William Crook. M.E.J.— 
Charles P. Mitchell. Scribe E.— Thomas P. Drever, 15 Hill Street. 
Scribe N. — George Carrie. Treasurer — G. D. N. Dundas. 1st Soj. — James 
Cable. 2nd Soj.— David Munro. 3rd Soj.— James Thomson. Supt. of Works- 
Tom Williams. Director of Ceremonies — William Reiu, John Chapman. 
Sword Bearer— Alex. Patton. Organist— Davin Darroch. Steward— b. D. 
^.j-utcheson. Janitor— James Gordon. Meets Uurd Wednesday of each month at 
7.30 p.m., in the Chapter Rooms, Masonic Hall, Park Street, from September 
to April, both inclusive. 

Royal Ark Mariners and Red Cross Council Knights. — W.C.N, and M.E.C. — 
Theodore Kennedy. P. W.C.N, and P. M.E.C— Robert Butchart, Charle, P. 
Mitchell, Charles Gray, Andrew Ellis. J. and S.G. — William Crook. S. and 
J.G. — William Butchart. Recorder — Thomas P. Drever, 15 Hill Street. 
Treasurer — G. D. N. Dundas. Conductor — James Thomson. Captain of Guard 
James Cable. Lieutenant of Guard — Wm. Reid. Sentinel — James Gordon. 
Meets 4th Wednesday or. each month, September to April, in Masonic Hall, 
Park Street. 

St Thomas (40).— Lodge Rooiib, Park Street. R.W.M.— James Cargill. I. P.M.— 
Jas. Shepherd. P.M.'s — Joseph Birse, And. Ruxton,. Alex. Christie, Chas. Gray, 
Wm. Kinnear, lohn Jack, Alex. Rennv, George Paterson, Andrew Ellis. D.M. 
Joseph Birse. ' S.M.— George Carrie. S.W.— Alex. Coull. J. W— James Cable. 
Secretary — Andrew Ellis, P.M. Treasurer — Albert V. Kinnear. Hon. Chapdlain 
— Rev. J. Spence Cuthill, B.D. Chaplain — David Graham. S.D. — James B. 
Edmunds. J.D. — John A. Shepherd. Architect — John Wright. Jeweller — J. R. 
Eddie. Bihle Bearer — Wm. Smith. Directors of Ceremonies — Chas. Moonlight 
and George Birse. Directors of Music — John F Hadden and John Meekison. 
Organist — David R. Hadden. Bard — P. D. Morton. Steward — Alfred Easson, 
Marshal — D. Munro. Inner Guard — Robert Gillespie. Tyler — Jas. C. Swankie. 
Auditors — Joseph Birse, P.M., and W. T. Allsop. Meetings — Second Thursday 
September till May, both inclusive, at 7.30 p.m. Annual Meeting — St Andrew's 
Eve. 

St Vigeans (101)— Hall— White Hart. R.W.M.— John Kydd. Secretary— George 

D. N. Dundas, Royston. Treasurer — Albert E. Forsyth, 33 Commerce Street. 
Annual Meeting — St Andrew's Eve. 



9* ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 



Panmure (299)— Hall— Hill Street. R.W.M.— Tames Thomson. Secretary— James 
M. B. Michie, 18 Church Street. Treasurer— G. W. Ross. Hall-Keeper— E. F. 
Baillie. Annual Meeting — St Andrew's Eve. 

Order of the Eastern Sta.7— Chapter " Rosemary," No. 44. Office-Bearers, 
1924. Worthy Matron— Miss| Rachel Clark. Worthy Patron, W. L. Milne 
P.W. Matrons— Mrs F. W. M. Bennett, Mrs Wm. Jamieson, Miss C. Ross,' 
Mrs W. T. Rennie, Mrs H. Wilson, I. P.M. Past Patrons— David Stewart, A. 

C. Hewit, W. J. Rennie, J. Robertson, T. N. Kennedy, I. P. P. Associate 
Matron, Mrs H. C. Gunn. Associate Patron— J. Cable. Secretary— John 
Martin, 2 Uowaa Street. Treasurer — ..^s s L. R. Donald. Conductress 
— Mrs J. M'Glashan. Associate Conductress— Miss M. Smith. Chaplain— D. 
Rodgers. Marshall— G. Keith. Organist— Mrs J. T. Anderson. Adah— Miss 
A. F. E. Lowson. Ruth— Miss Jean Simpson. Esther — Miss Joan Cable. 
Martha— Miss Agnes Gordon. Electa— Miss Mary Craig. Warder— Miss E. 
Simpson. Sentinel — D. Guthrie. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS (Manchester Unity). 
Loyal St Thomas Branch (Dunfermline District) ; opened 28th October, 1905. P:S. 
— A. G. Craig. Treasurer — R. S. Smith, solicitor, 22 Commerce Street. Sick 
Stewart— D, B ; Traill, Auditor— D. B. Traill. Membership— 90. Meetings on 
Monday evening every fortnight at S3 CemEigi'ce Street. 

L.O.A. SHEPHERDS A.U.— Lodge St Thomas 2001. 

(Approved Society under the National Health Insurance Act.) 

Pastmaster — James Adam. Worthy Master— David L. Shand. Deputy Master — 

D. Y. Clark. Treasurer— James Adam. Secretary — C. S. Hill, 3 Queen Street. 
Meets every atlernate Monday in iranmure Hall, Hill Street- Annual meeting 
in February. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS— Foresters Hall, Green Street. 

Court Aberbrethock (No. 6392). Secretary (Voluntary and National Health Insur- 
ance Sections)— T. C. Esplin, 29 Kinnaird Street. Treasurer— John Gilbert, 46 
Howard Street. Hall-keeper — George Moore, 9 Lochland Street. Meetings — 
5th January, and every alternate Monday. 

Jmvtmile Court — Secretary — Nora Lyall, 26 Maule Street. Treasurer — George Moore. 
Date of Meeting — Monday, 5th January, and every alternate Monday. Medical 
Officer— Dr Laing. Chemist— James S. Whyte, 57 Guthrie Port. Collector- 
William Forsyth, 26 Leonard Street. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES (Salford Unity Friendly Society). 

St Thomas Tent (No. 154) meets in Good Templar Hall on alternate Fridays from 
9th January, 1925, at 8.15 p.m. Secretary — James P. Rei^, 21 Lordburn. 

St Ruth's Juvenile Tent (No. 937) meets cm alternate Fridays from 9th January, 
at 6.45 p.m. Secretary — Alex. Petrie, 15 Sidney Street. Penny Savings 
Bank everv Fridav from 7 to 8 p.m 
KELTIC ASSOCIATION— Founded, Aug., 1922. Objects— Welfare and Bene- 
volent Work among Employees of Abbey Leather Works. 

Hon. Presidents— A. S. and A. M. Fairweatner. President— Alex. Petrie. Vice- 
President— A. Sumpter. Treasurers — J. C. Duncan and William Bell. Secre- 
taries — James Stirling and Alastair Fairweather. Executive Committee — Misses 
J. Skea, Walton, Nelson, Pearson, Cuthill, Messrs G. Watson, J. Hunter, W. 
Smith, J. Jackson, J. Paterson, G. Black. 

INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Forfarshire District Lodge (,oJo. 26) — D.D.G.C.T.— A. R. Strachan, Brechin Road; 
D.C.T.— Jas. S. Watt, 8b! King Street, Ferrydcn ; D.S.J.W.— John Campbell, 28 
West Abbey Street; D. Secretary— L. F. Christie, 5 Ernest Street; D.Treasurer 
Miss C. Eddie, Main Street, Johnshaven ; D. Organist — Miss J. M. I. Watt, 
89 High Street, Montrose. 

Inchca-bt Lodge (No. 619) meets in Good Templar, Monday. 8 p.m. D.G.C.T. — 
Mrs Marhie, 4 Stuart Street. C.T. — R. Shepnerd, Hospitalfield. Secretary- 
George Keith, Ann Street. Membership— 126. 

Abbey Ltdge (No. 550) meets in Good Templar Hall on Tuesday evenings at 8.16 
D.G.C.T., Wm. Wallace, 29 West Abbey Street. C.T., John Campbell, 29 West 
Abbey Street. Secretary, L. F. Christie, 5 Ernest Street 

St Thomas Lodge (No. 422) meets in Good Templar Hall, on Thursday evenings at 
8.15. Chief Templar— Hector Glenday; Secretary, Davina Lowe, Cemetery 
Ijoidge, Brechin Road. 

Happy Home Juvenile Lodge meets Thursday evening in Good Templar Hall, at 
7 o'clock. Superintendent — Mrs Macgregor, Cemetery Lodge. Secretary — D. 
Lowe. 



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F airport Lodge (No. 523) meets in Good Templar Hall, Wednesday at 8 p.m. 
D.G.C.T. — James Thomson, E. Abbey Street. C.T. — Jas. R. Clark, 16 Abbot 
Street. Secy. — Murdoch' J. Mackay, 4 Lochland Street. 

Happy Home Juvenile Lodge (No. 275) meets in Good Templar Hall on Thursday 
evenings at 7 o'clock. Superintendent — John Forrest, 16 Millgate Loan. Mem- 
bership— 150. 

Star of Hope Juvenile Lodge (No. 45) meets in Good Templar Hall on Monday 
evenings, at 7 o'clock. Superintendent— C. S. Anderson, 17 Rossie Street. Mem- 
bership — 99. ' . 

Excelsior Juvenile Lodge (No. 778) meets in Good Templar Hall on Tuesday even- 
ings at 7 o'clock. Superintendent— John Campbell, 29 West Abbey Street. 
Membership— 190. 

ARBROATH WEST PORT ASSOCIATION LIMITED. 
Nos. 4 Keptie Street, with Branches at 58 and 69 Lochland Street, 
59 East Abbey Street, 46 Cairnie Street, 58 High Street, and 38 Barngreen. 
Draperv and Millinery Departments— 24 West Port. Boot and Shoe Depart- 
ments— 6 West Port. Butcher Meat Department — 2 Keptie Street. Phone 45. 
President— John F. Chalmers. General Manager— Harry Mackay. Secretary- 
Richard David, 24 West Keptie Street. Treasurer— David Smith. Annual 
Meeting— 4th May. 

ARBROATH WEST PORT ASSOCIATION LTD. SAVINGS BANK. 
Sums received on Deposit from One Penny to Ten Shillings. Deposits can be paid 
at any of our Grocery Branches during business hours. Interest paid, 8d per 
,£1 per annum. 

ARBROATH EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. 
Guthrie Port, with branches in Fe 
Boot T 

Clothi 

President I'atri.k i'.raniian \niui.J \l ■■■ i ir. : .. l'lmrl --onday in Sept 

HIGH STREET CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED. 
252 High Street, with Branches in High Street, St Mary Street, Millgate Loan, and 

Station Road, Friockheim. 
Boot and Shoe Department— 254 High Street. Draperv and Clothing Department — 
254 High Street. Butcher Meat Branch No. 2— Millgate Loan. Hardware De- 
partment— 252 High Street. Confectionery Department— 250 High Street. Man- 
ager — Hugh Gavin. President — James Hogg. Secretary — J. C. Robertson, 54 
Millgate Loan. Treasurer — Alex. D. Hannah. Annual Meeting— Fourth Mon- 
day of September. 

YEARLY BENEFIT SOCIETIES 

Abbey Male and Female Society — Parkhouse Public School. Treasurer — Alexander 

Williamson, 59 Kinnaird Street. Secretary — William Smith, 33 Lochland Street. 
Hill Street Male and Female Yearly Society — Masonic Hall, Hill Street. President 

John M'Lean, 19 Spink Street. Treasurer — David Matthews, 3 Bakers Wynd. 

Secretary — William Barrie, cc Robert Street. 
Park Street Male and Female Society — Red Lion Hall, Barngreen. Treasurer — 

Tames Hogg, 66 Brechin Road. Secretary — W. Bowman, 78i Keptie Street. 

Annual meeting, 3rd October, 1925. 

Dishlandtown Yearly Society — Parkhouse School. Secretary — James Hunter, 44 John 

Street. Treasurer — James Cable, 27 Lochland Street. 
Arbroath United Trades Male and Female Yearly Society. — President — John Nicol, 

3 Abbey Path. Vice-President— Win. Kinnear, 51 Sidney Street. Secretary — 

Robert Gilbert, 30 Millgate Loan. Treasurer— Alfred Scott, 45 West Abbey St. 

Sick Steward — William Spence, 42 Helen Street. 
North Grimsby Society — Parkhouse Public School. Treasurer— Jame s M'Naughton, 

1 Academy Lane. Secretary — Wm. Skea, 7 Hannah Street. 
West Port Yearlv Society — S. Mary's Men's Club, Park Street. Secretary — George 

Reid, 60 St Vigeans Road. Treasurer — Henry Smith, 5 St Vigeans "Road. 
CO-OPERATIVE DEFENCE COMMI1 J EE. 
Chairman — Vacant. Secretary and Treasurer — Ed. Spink, Bank Street. 




96 ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 

GLASGOW ANGUS AND MEARNS BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
Patron— The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Strathmore, Glamis. President— Alexander 
Walker, C.B.E., D.L., City Assessor, Glasgow. Vice-President— Bailie James 
Macfarlane, 144 St Vincent Street Glasgow. Joint Secretaries— A. Wilkie 
Coall, solicitor, and Harold F. Wilkie Croall, 219 Hope Street, Glasgow. 
Treasurer — Alexander Blewes, 7 Wilton Crescent, North Kelvinside, Glasgow. 

EDINBURGH ANGUS CLUB— Instituted 1841. 
Patrons — H.R.H. the Duke of York, and Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Lord 
Lieutenant of Forfarshire. President — J. Condie S. Sandeman, Dean of the 
Faculty of Advocates, and Sheriff of Perth. Vice-Presidents — Earl of Home, 
K.T., Earl of Kintore, Earl of Dalhousie, Earl of Southesk, Earl of Airlie. 
Treasurer— George F. Mathers, W.S., 7 Thistle Street, Edinburgh. Secretary — 
Francis G. Sutherland, W.S., 66 Queen Street. 

EDINBURGH FORFARSHIRE ASSOCIATION. 
President— J. W. Sorrie. Vice-Presidents— W. MTntosh and D. Hill. Committee 

F. L. Parker, J. G. Wishart, C. Leighton, J. W. Dalgety, John B. Coull, 

G. A. Nicolson, J. P. Boath, D. Howe, W. D. Byars. Hon. Secy— W- Cuthbert. 
Hon. Treasurer— H. Brown. Club Rooms— 29 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. 
Annual subscription — Town members, 10/6; County members, 5/-. 

ARBROATH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
President — George Sherriffs. Vice-President — Vacant. Secretary and 

Treas.— Geoffrey Tillotson. Executive Committee — President, Vice-President, A. 
D. Lowson, ; Colin Grant, A. M'Laren Robertson, J. R. W. Clark, J. S. Soutar, 
James Jack, W. W. Webster, W. J. Rollo, and G. Rutherford Thomson. 
Annual Meeting in March. 

ARBROATH TOWN IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. 
President — W. M. Soutar. Vice-President— D. D. Calder. Secretary and Trea- 
surer — T. W. P. Gourlay. Meetings — Second^ Tuesday of February and 
September. 

ARBROATH SAVINGS BANK— 90 High Street. 
The Office is open for taking in and paying out money as follows : — Mondays, 
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednes- 
days, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and on Friday evenings from 6 to 8. The Savings 
Bank is not open on Statutory Bank Holidays or Local Holidays. R. D. Ram- 
say, actuary. 

LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION— Arbroath Branch. 
President — D. Eittlejohn, solicitor. Secretary — xj. Drysdale, Maulesbank. Trea- 
surer — G. Tillotson, Commercial Bank. 

-FORFARSHIRE COUNTY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 
President — Provost Nicoll, Burnside Terrace, Carnoustie. Hon. Secretary — Hubert 
Carlton, solicitor, 13a Ward Road Dundee. Convener of Finance Committee- 
Alexander Duncan, Maulesbank, Carnoustie. Convener of Organisation Com- 
mittee—Rev. A. T. Campbell. Barry. Organising Secretary— John R. Pratt, 
St Margaret's, Birkhill, by Dundee. 

MONTROSE BURGHS UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. 
President— Vacant. Secretary and Treasurer— D. Littlejohn, solicitor, Arbroath. 
Representatives :— Arbroaith — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie, and J. C. Dewar. Mon- 
trose--John Balfour, A. J. Murray. Forfar— R. Freer Myles, Provost Moffat, 
and R. H. Anderson. Brechin— William Johnston, jun., James Lindsay, 
James Murray. Bervie — Dr Aymer and Thomas Johnston. 

ARBROATH UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. 
President— Colin Grant. Vice-Presidents— Ex-Provost Thomson, William Webster, 
SJd James M'Wattie. Secretary and Treasurer-David Littlejohn, solicitor. 



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ARBROATH LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 
Hon. Presidents — Francis Webster and John Brodie. President — Ex-Bailie Hamil- 
ton. Vice-Presidents — Alexander Mailer, sen., Captain Edward, Dean of Guiiu 
Macdonald, James S. Bennett, Mrs Juiick, Miss Robbie, and Mrs Booth. Sec- 
retary—James S. i\icoll, 15 Hill Street. Treasurer— Miss Robbie. 

LABOUR ORGANISATIONS IN ARBROATH. 
I.L.P. — President— Allan Irons. Secretary — James Glen, 29 Abbot St. Treasurer — 
Scottish Labour College. — President, John Souttar, N.U.R., 15 St Vigeans Road. 

Secretary— James Glen, 29 Abbot Street. Treasurer— James Glen, 29 Abbot Street. 

Green Street Hall, Tuesday, at 7.30 p.m. 
Montrose Burghs Labour Party. — President, J. P. Reid, 21 Lordburn, Arbroath. 

Win. Cameron, 37 Fergus Square. 

LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION— ARBROATH BRANCH. 
Chairman— D. Littlejohn, 33 Commerce Street. Secretary— D. Drysdale, High 

School. Treasurer— G. Tillotson, Commercial Bank. 

ASSOCIATED BLACKSMITHS AND IRON WORKERS' SOCIETY 
OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 

Chairman — James Baxter. Secretary — James Cargill, 21 Union Street. Treasurer 
James Nicol. Ordinary meetings every alternate Tuesday. Membership — 35. 
Meeting Place — Central Dining Rooms. 

NATIONAL UNION OF FOUNDRY WORKERS— Arbroath Branch. 
President— David Forsyth, 33 Sidney Street. Secretary— W. S. Boath, 42 Kin- 
naird Street. General Secrtary — James Fulton, 164 Chorlton Road, Brooks 
Bar, Manchester. 

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF WOODWORKERS. 
President — A. Carr. Secretary — Adam Edwards, 28 Elliot Street. Treasurer — Wm. 
Spink. Meets in Central Dining Rooms, M.ilgate, on Monday, 12th January, 
and every alternate .Monday. 

UNITED SOCIETY OF LEATHER PRODUCERS AND LEATHER 
PRODUCTIONS (Tanners, Curriers, and Beltmakers). 
(Affiliated to the National Leather Trades' Federation.) 
Chairman — Robert Salkeld. Secretary and Treasurer — William Ogilvie, 20 Leonard 
Street. Meetings held in March, June, and September, December in Central Din- 
ing Rooms. Membership — 20. 

NATIONAL UNION OF BOOT AND SHOE OPERATIVES— 
Arbroath Branch. 
President — William Bell. Secretary — James P. Reid, 21 Lordburn. Member- 
bership — 430. Meets on first Thursday of month in Arbroath ; and on the first 
Wednesday of month in Carnoustie. Meeting Places — Central Dining Rooms, 
Millgate, Arbroath; and Free Church Hall, Carnoustie. 

NATIONAL UNION OF BOOT AND SHOE OPERATIVES— Scottish District 

Advisory Committee. Instituted, 29th September. Meets in Edinburgh. 
Chairman — M. Gamble, Glasgow. Secretary — James P. Reid, 21 Lordburn, Arbroath. 

ARBROATH MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. 
President— D. R. Macdonald. Vice-President— John Matthew. Committee— Mrs 

M'Mullen, Miss Thomson, and Messrs James Hood, John Lamb, J. M. Meffan, 
James S. Soutar, W. Jj Cope, A. T. Napier, and F. M. Vernon. Secretary — 
N. S. Mackay, solicitor, 75 High Street. 

ARBROATH MERCHANTS' CLUB. 
President — Thomas Aitken. Vice-President — J. M. Meffan. Ex-President — James 
Wallace. Committee — James Brand, **.. M'Glashan, Alex. Thomson, J. Ci. 
Thyne, and J. A. Whyte. Secretary and Treasurer — N. S. Mackay, solicitor. 
Club Rooms— 9a Millgate. Steward— W. F. Mvles. 

BOOT REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION. 

President— A. Stiven. Vice-President — A. Irons. Treasurer — D. Cuthbert. Sec- 
retary—Arthur King, 95 Keptie Street. Executive— G. S. K. Raitt, 
Donaldson, and W. Hunter. Auditors — J. Gall and M'Lean. 

ARBROATH HAIRDRESSERS' ASSOCIATION. 
President-7-T. Ritchie. Vice-President — G. Crowe. Secretary and Treasurer — J. P. 
Gibb, 284 High Street. Committee— Messrs D. Blair. D. Robb, and R. Baird. 



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WORKERS' UNION— Arbroath Branch. 
Secretary— James M. Duncan,, 26 Howard Street. 

MILL AND FACTORY WORKERS' UNION. 
President— Ex-Bailie Smith. Vice-President— David Keith. Treasurer— Edward 
Spink. Secretary— John Sim, 2 Baker's Wynd. 

ARBROATH HOUSE PROPRIETORS' ASSOCIATION. 

Secretary — H. Victor Neill. 

TENANTS' DEFENCE LEAGUE. 

President— John Souttar, 15 St Vigeans Road. Secretary— C. M. Phimster, 21 St 

Mary Street. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 
President — James Copland, Crudie. Secretary and Treasurer — R. S. Smith, solici- 
tor, Arbroath. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. 
President — G. A. Francis, West Seaton. Vice-President — R. Hume, Hillhead, 
Carmyllie. Secretary— G. Paterson, Letham Mains. 

THE UNION OF POST OFFICE WORKERS— Arbroath Branch. 
President— W. L. Milne, 41 Lochlands Drive. Secretary— J . C. Crowe. 54 St 
Vigeans Road. Treasurer — J. H. Herd, 5 Ann Street. Meetings monthly. 

AREROATH ANALYTICAL ASSOCIATION AND FARMERS' CLUB. 
President — Jas. Hynd. Hodgeton. Vice-President — J. W. Morgan, Grange of Conon. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Alex. Lawson, Newton of Boysack. Annual meeting 
in December. Membership — 150. 

NATIONAL,- UNION OF RAILWAYMEN. 
Chairman — John Souttar, 22 Maule Street. Secretary — William Dorward, 11 
St Vigeans Road. Treasurer — George Potter, 24 Millgate Loan. Meets in 
Foresters' Hall, Green Street every Fourth Sunday at 1.30 p.m. 

SCOTTISH TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION— Arbroath Branch. 
President — William Douglas. Secretary — Malcolm M'Kerracher, 45 Wallace St. 
Treasurer — J. L. Tarbet. Membership — 26. 

SCOTTISH PAINTERS SOCIETY— Arbroath Branch. 
Secretary— James Elrick, 4 Maule Street. Treasurer— Robert Baird. Meets in 
30 Maule Street on alternate Mondays at 7 p.m. 

SCOTTISH FEDERATION OF MASTER TAILORS— FORFARSHIRE 
BRANCH (Excluding Dundee). 
President — James Peter. Secretary — John Matthew, 226 High Street. Treasurer — 
David Ramsay, 98 High Street. 

AMALGAMATED TAILORS' AND GARMENT WORKERS' UNION. 
President — David O. Dowell. Treasurer— James Pirrie. Secretary — Albert Myles, 
46 Fergus Square. Membership — 140. 

ARBROATH BUTCHERS' ASSOCIATION. 
President— Geo. Ruxton. Vice-President— Geo. Harris. Secretary and Treasurer— 
R. S. Smith. Commerce Street. Annual meeting in January. 

SCOTTISH BAKERS' UNION— Arbroath Branch. 
President— W. M'Kay. Secretary— D. Smith, 5 Rosebank. Treasurer— D. Shep- 
herd. Health Insurance Sick Steward— J. Ducat, 18 St Vigeans Road. 

NATIONAL AMALGAMATED UNION OF SHOP ASSISTANTS, WARE- 
HOUSEMEN AND CLERKS. 
District Secretary— Roy F. Butchart, 26 Commercial Street, Dundee. Local Secre- 
tary— E. Simpson. 9 Culloden Road, Arbroath. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT BUli.ulNG TRADES ASSOCIATION. 
President— Mr A. Mailer, sen Vice-President— R. C. Farquhar. Secy, and Trea- 
surer— \V. T. P. Gourley, 82 Marketgate. 



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ARBROATH EX-PLOUGHMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 
President— A. Bruce. Secretary — Wm. Alexander, 4 Howard Street. Treasurer- 
James Robertson, tl Lochland Street. 

ARBROATH AND DISTRICT LICENSED VICTUALLERS' 
DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. 
President— A. W. Murray. Vice-President — S. Hutchison. Secretary and Trea- 
surer — William Chapel. 

WOMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE GUILD— Arbroath Branch. 

President— Miss Kinnear, 29 Guthrie Port. Secretary — Mis s M. Geekie, 4 Hill 
Terrace. Treasurer — Mrs Yarrow. Membership — 82. Meets on Tuesdays in 
Y.M.C.A. Hall. Lecture, demonstration, etc., monthly. 

WORKERS EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONT-Arbroath Branch. 
President — J. P. Reid. Secretary and Treasurer — J. C. Crowe, 54 St Vigeans Road. 
Council — G. C. Anckorn, Rev./ G. Hitchcock, Rev. Wm. M'Currach, James 
Riley, Miss M. Bisset, W. J. Anckorn, A. Irons, W.> Bishop, W. L. Milne, D. 
Pirie, W. F. Anderson. 

ARBROATH MEN'S OWN. 
Meets in Webster Memorial Halls, Sunday afternoon at 2.30. President— C. C. 
Anderson. Vice-Presidents — i»ir J. A. Cariyle, B.Sc, and mr J. Joss. Secre- 
tary — R. Kinnear, 93 Jtugto Street ; with 10 executive members. 

Y.M.C.A. & SOCIAL INSTITUTE, 79 High St. and 27 Hill St. 
Hon. President— Thomas Scott, West Newton. President— Arch. M'Callum. Vice- 
President — Vacant. Hon. Treasurer — George Neave, 37 Howard Street. 
Honorary Gymnastic Instructor — W. Dougall. Business Secretary — N. S. 
Mackay, solicitor, 75 High Street. Caretakers— High Street Buildings and 
Gymnasium— W. Dougall; Hut, Hostel, &c, Hill Street— Joseph Wilson. 

RED TRIANGLE CLUB. 
Patron— Archibald Briggs; Esq., Kelly Castle. Hon. President— Sheriff Gordon. Presi- - 
dent — Mr Alex. Paterson, u Millgate Loan. Vice-President — Chief Constable 
Macdonald. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — A. H. Salmond, Knockwinnock. 

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION- 54 High Street. 

Lady Superintendent— Miss Moffat, 19 Howard Street. President— Mrs Lindsay 
Carnegie, Annesley. Vice-President — Mrs A. C. Anderson, Fernlea. Hon. Sec- 
retary — Mrs Laing, Maule Sit. Hon. Treasurer — Mrs Cathcart Christie, Alex- 
andra Place. Committee— Miss M. A. Macdonald, Mrs Laing, Mrs Clark, Mrs 
Matthew.. Mrs- Joss, Misa( Soutar. Mrs W. Swan. Miss Roger. The Rooms are 
open Monday evening, 7.30 till 9 p.m. for Sewing Class. Thursday evening 
Club, 7 till 9 p.m. Sunday Afternoon Tea and Bible Class from 4 till 5.45 
p.m. Affiliated branch — British Women's Temperance Association. 

ARBROATH TOWN MISSION— Hall, West Mill Wvnd. 

President— A. A. Symon. Secretary — T. Woodside, Ingleside, Elliot Place. Trea- 
surer — J. S. Nicoll, 15 Hill Street. Missionary — James Moffat, 19 Howard 
Street. Annual Meeting — Middle of December. Women's Own, during winter 
months. Sunday afternoon at 2.30. President — Miss Moffat. Fellowship meeting 
—Thursday, 7.45 p.m. Gospel meetings— Sunday at 6 p.m. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. 
Saturday Tea Meeting, 7.30 p.m. 

MISSIONARY ORGANISATIONS. 

Regions Beyond Missionary Union — Secretary, Joseph Moffat, 32 Keptie Street. 
Qua Iboe Mission — Secretary, James Moffat, 19 Howard Street. South Africa 
- General Mission — Mrs D. Ramsay. Addison Place. India and Ceylon General 
Mission — Secretary, Miss Scott, 9X Hill Street. China Inland Mission — Secre- 
tary, Miss Moffat. 19 Howard S."~""t. Sunday School meets in hall at 4.45. 
Mr J. S. Nicoll, superintendent. 



100 ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 

SCOTTISH COAST MISSION— Arbroath Branch. Hall— Foot of 
High Street. 

President — Captain A. S. Edward. Secretary and Treasurer — William Walker, 
Commercial Eank. Local Committee — Besides Ofnce-Bearers, Revs. J. 
Spence Cuthill, Alex. Rust, Thomas S. Anderson, John M William, Rev. W. 
E. Gladstone Millar, George Hitchcock, James Cameron, T. Ure Paterson, J. 
R. Wark, C. E. Duff, Messrs George Sherriffs, J. L. Bannerman, 
D. Axford, J. C. Dewar, Harry Corsar, James Smith, John Brodie, 
D. B. King, Alexander Smith, Henry Nairn, Thomas Robertson, and Alexander 
Scott. Missionary — Jabez Merriman, 28 Elliot Strett. Sunday School, 2 p.m. 
Superintendent, J. Merriman. Penny Bank on Friday evenings. Sunday ser- 
vices, 2 and 6 p.m. Saturday Temperance Tea Meeting. 7.03. Prayer Meeting, 
Wednesday, 8. 

FEMALE HOME MISSION. 

President — Mrs Howat. Secretary — Mrs Harry Corsar. Treasurer — j.urs Carlyle. 
Missionary — Miss Isabella Stevenson, 6 Gowan Street. Mission Hall — Spink 
Street. Mothers' Meeting — Tuesday. 6.45 p.m. Gospel Meeting — Sabbath, 

3 p.m. 

ARBROATH PRESBYTERIAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION FOB 
HOME AND FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

President— Mrs Caesar, Panbride Manse. v ice-Presidents— Mrs Cuthill, Arbroath 
Manse; Mrs Heggie, Barry Manse; Miss Scotland. Secretary and 
Treasurer, Miss M. A. Macdonald, Windmill House, Arbroath. 

U.F. PRESBYTERIAL WOMEN'S MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. 
President— Mrs Walker, Ewartlea, Carnoustie. Secretary— Miss C. Scott, U.J). 
Manse, Colliston. Treasurer— Mrs Fairweather, Hillend Road. Halt-yearly 
meetings, April and October. 

TRACT AND COLPORTAGE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND. 

Secretary- James S. Nicoll, Hazel Cottage. Colporteur— Fred Holds-worth, 1 
Cairnie Place. 

NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND— Arbroath Auxiliary. 
Treasurer— W. J. Rollo. 

HOPE TRUST AIDERS' ASSOCIATION— Local Branch. 
Secretary — M. Lumsden, 210 High Street. 

ARBROATH DESTITUTE SICK SOCIETY. 

President— Colin Grant. Treasurer— W. J. Rollo. Secretary— F. F. Macdonald. 
Annual Meeting— End of October. Visitors— John Sievwright, jun., Lordburn ; 
James E. Findlay, 5 Hannah Street; John C. Grant, Culloden Terrace; Geo. 

Keith. 7 Ann Street; James Nairn, 62 Gravesend. 

ST VIGEANS DESTITUTE SICK SOCIETY. 

President— Rev. George Hitchcock. Secretary and Treasurer— Alexander Millar, 
8 Carnegie Street. Visitors- Patrick Robb, 58 Cairnie Street; William Ramsay, 
30 Hayswell Road; Alex. Hood, 38 Elliot Street; David Ross, 75 Helen Street. 

NATIONAL ANTI-VACCINATION LEAGUE— Arbroath Branch. 
Secretary— D. Thornton, 16 Dalhousie Place. 

LADIES' CLOTHING SOCIETY. 

President— Mrs F. F. Macdonald, The Cliff House. Vice-President— Miss Chapel, 
Westlands. Treasurer— Miss J. Chapel, Westlands. Secretary— Miss Wilson, 
Rotomahana. Annual meeting in October. 

CHILDREN'S CLOTHING FUND. 
Joint Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers— Mrs Alexander, Keptie Road, and Mrs 
W H Alexander, Clydesdale Bank House. The object of the iund is to provide 
clothing, &c, for poor children to enable them to attend school. Subscription! 
or gifts of clothing are gratefully received by the Hon. Secretaries. 



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ARBROATH DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION. 
(In Affiliation with Queen Victoria's Jubilee Nursing Institute, Edinburgh) 
President — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie. Hon. Secretaries — Mrs Sidney Duke and Mrs 
Wm. Royal. Hon. Treasurers — Miss Lowson and Mrs John Joss. Nurse — Miss 
Haxby, 60 Nolt Loan Road. Annual Meeting in December. 

MISSION TO THE BLIND FOR FORFARSHIRE AND THE SOUTH 
HALF OF KINCARDINESHIRE. 
President — Mrs Anderson, Fernlea. Arbroath Ladies Committee — Mrs D. W. 
Morgan, Ethie Mains; Miss E. Soutar, Bracklinn; Mrs W. Swart, Horologue 
Hill; Mrs Norman Fraser, Ogilvie Place; Mrs S. Wilson, Craigard ; Hon. 
Miss Nancy Arbuthuott, Anniston ; Miss Russell, Hill Terrace. Secretary — 
Miss Chapel, Westlands. Treasurer — Miss M. Wilson, Rotomahana. Home 
Teacher — Miss Edward. 6 Hayswell Road. Annual meeting in May. 

SHIPWRECKED FISHERMEN AND MARINERS' ROYAL 
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Central Offices— Carlton House, Regent Street, London, S.W.I. Hon. Local Secy. 
— H. Victor Neill, solicitor, 93 High Street. 

ARBROATH FISHERMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 
President— Thomas Swankie. Hon. Secretary— H. V. Neill, solicitor. Acting Secre- 
tary — William Bruce,- 11 Marketgate. Financial Secretary — Joseph Cargill, a 
West Newgate. Treasurer — Alex. Smith, 29 Union Street Jiast. Committee — 
William Cargill, Peter Smith, James Shepherd, David Swankie. Auditors — 
Alex. Smith, jun., David Beattie, jun. 

EAST COAST FISHERIES ASSOCIATION— Arbroath Branch. 
Secretary and Treasurer— H. Victor Neill, solicitor. 93 High Street. 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HELP SOCIETY- -Forfarshire Branch. 
President — Earl of Strathmore. Vice-presidents — Countess of Strathmore and Coun- 
tess of Airlie. Hon. Secretaries— Mrs Lindsay Carnegie of Anniston and J. C. 
Dewar, Esq., Brothock Bridge. Hon. Treasurer — Mr Myles, National Bank, 
Forfar. Annual meeting in January. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO 
CHILDREN— Arbroath Branch. 
Hon. Secretary— Adam Oliver, S.S.C. Inspector— A. Docherty, 53 High Street. 
President — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie, of Anniston. 

SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. 

President— Tames Guild. Vice-President— Miss Mary S. Young. Secy— Webster & 
Uttlejohn, solicitors. Annual meeting in June. 

SCOTTISH PROHIBITION PARTY— Arbroath Branch. 
Corresponding Secretary — D. Anderson, 17 Kyd Street. 

SCOTTISH CHILDREN'S LEAGUE OF PITY— Arbroath Branch. 
President — Mrs Scott, West Newton. Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Russell, 9 
Hill Terrace. Associates— 87. Members— 158. 

BRITISH WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION— Arbroath 

Branch. 
President — Miss J. J. Scott, 6 Colvil Place. Vice-Presidents — Mrs Brodie, Mrs Dick. 
Secy. — Miss Brodie, Kinprunes, NoU Loan. Treasurer — Mrs Kitto. Financial 
Secretary — Miss Caird, 57 Dishland Street. Magazine Superintendent — Miss 
Robertson, Manora, Keptie Road. Meeting last Saturday of every month, 
October to April, in Y.W.C.A. Hall, at 6.30. 



102 ARBROATH CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 



ARBROATH WHIST CLUB— Established 1802. 
President — J. a. Wilson. Secretary — C. D. Wilson. 

ARBROATH MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. 
Affiliated to Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs; National Rifle Association; Dundee, 

Forfarshire, and District Association. 
President— Mr A. Binnic. Vice-President — Mr N. L. Geddes. Secretary— Mr J. 
Eddie. Match Secretary — Mr D. Carnegie. 

DOMINO CLUB. 
Secretary— A. Clark, 16 South Grimsby. 

BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY— Arbroath Branch. 

Hon. Secretary — Captain R. Smith, Kirriemuir. President for Town of Arbroath — 
Ex-Provost Rutherford Thomson, O.B.E. Vice ; President— Mr s Lindsay Car- 
negie, M.B.E. Local "Secretary for Arbroath— W. T. P. Gourley. Arbroath 
Arbroath District includes Arbroath and St Vigeans, Arbirlot, Carmyllie, Kirk- 
den, Guthrie, Kinnell, and Inverkeilor. 

BOY SCOUTS— Forfarshire County Scout Council. 

President— The Earl of Strathmore. Vice-Presidents— The Earl of Airlie, the 
Dowager Countess of Airlie, the Earl of Dalhousie, the Earl of Southesk, 
Colonel W. T. J. Scrymgeoure Steuart Fotheringham, the Provosts of Arbroath, 
Brechin, Carnoustie, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Montrose, and Monifieth. Chairman 
Major Colin G. Neish, O.B.E. , Tannadice, Forfar. County Commissioner- 
Admiral Drummond, R.N., Eskhill, Kirriemuir. Assistant County Commis- 
sioner— C. F. I. Neish, Tannadice. Commissioner for Arbroath District— Col. 
D. Laing, T.D. 

FIRST ARBROATH TROOP OF BOY SCOUTS (2nd Forfarshire)— 
Arbroath District Association — Instituted 1906. 

Parishes of Inverkeilor, Kirkden, Guthrie, St Vigeans, Arbroath, Arbirlot, Carmyllie, 
and Kinnell. District Commissioner— Colonel Laing, Maule Street, Arbroath. 
Local Association President — Provost Anderson. Treasurer — T. W. P. Gourley, 
82 Marketgate. Scoutmaster— William Scott, Bloomhelu. Assistant Scout- 
masters— W. W. Black, Nolt Loan Road, and A. D. King, Hill Terrace. Head- 
quarters — East Grimsby. Weekly 1 meeting Friday, 7.30 p.m. 

TERRITORIAL FORCE ASSOCIATION FOR FORFARSHIRE. 
President— The Right Hon. The Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne. Chairman- 
Colonel A. MacHarciy, V.D., D.L. Committee— Colonel R. H. Adamson, C.B.E., 
T.D. ; Major T F. Dickson; Major W. F. Mackintosh; Lieut. -Col. H. Scrym- 
geour Wcddcrburn, D.L. ; Lieutenant-Colonel W. T. L. Scrymgeour 
Steuart Fothringham ; Major A. Whyte, V.D. ; W. Shaw Adamson, Esq.; 
Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart.; F. H. Maconachie, Esq.; T Whyte, Esq.; Provost 
Anderson (Arbroath); Lieut. rCol. The Earl of Airlie, M.C. ; General A. C. 
Douglas-Dick, C.B., C.M.G.; General W. C. Douglas, C.B., D.S.O. ; Provost 
Foreman; Lieut. -Col. C T. Gordon; A. D. Lowson, Esq.; Provost J. Moffat, 
O.B.E. ; Major C. G Neish, O.B.E.; Captain C. Ralston; Major W. M. Wood, 
Montrose; Lt.-Col. D. Laing, T.D. ; Major J. S. Anderson, R.F.A., Arbroath; 
Captain J. B. M'Nab; Captain T. Maule Guthrie; Captain W. G. Don. 
Secretary— Captain R. A. Smith, O.B.E., Kirrb muir. 

BLACK WATCH ASSOCIATION (ARBROATH BRANCH). 
President— Captain J. A. Wilson. Vice-President — Lieut. Wilson. Chairman — 
Captain R. F. D. Bruce. Vice-Chairman— Captain J. Murray, M.C— Committee 
Sergeant-Major J. Robertson, A. M'Ewan, J. Gordon, C. Hastings, D. Lowe, 
G. Ritchie, C. S. M. Pattison, H. ..iaxwell, A. M. ivlune, D. Parker, J. 
M'Caffray, T. Dear, D. Valentine, and A. Christie. Auditors— Sergeant-Major 
J. Robertson and ex-Scrgt. A. ,M Ewan. Secretary and Treas. — John S. Napier, 
52 St Vigeans Road. 

BRITISH LEGION— Arbroath Branch. 
Club Rooms— 14 Kcptie Street. Secretary and Treasurer— A. Waters. Representa- 
tive to Ministry of Labour — A. Reid Stuart. Membership open to all ex-service 
men. Subscription 2/- per annum. 



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Outdoor Pastimes. 



ARBROATH GOLF CLUB. 
Captain — James Scott. Secretary and Treasurer — William Chapel, solicitor. 
Representatives to Course Committee — James Scott and D. W. Hunter. An- 
nual meeting in October. Ladies' Section — Captain — Miss B. L. Hunter. Hon. 
Secretary — Miss A. H. Frazer. 

ARBROATH ARTISAN GOLF CLUB. 
Captain — William Kinncar. Vice-Captain — J. M. Hendry. Hon Secretary — 
George Morrison, 15 Dishland Street. Hon. Treasurer — Samuel B. Colville, 31i 
Cairnie Street. Membership— 312. Representatives on Golf Course Management 
Committee — S. B. Colville and George C. D. Morrison. 

ARBROATH LAWN TENNIS CLUB. 
President— Dr Laing. Vice-President— C. D. Miln. Secretary— N. S. Mackay, 
solicitor, 75 High Street. Treasurer— T. Woodside, Prudential Office. Commit- 
tee — Office-Bearcrs and Mrs Thomson, Mrs Christie, Miss M. P. Wilson, 
Alastair D. Fair-weather and D. Chapel. Match Secretaries— Men's J D. 
M'Culloch; Ladies', Miss M. P. Wilson. 

ARBROATH BOWLING CLUB. 
Patroiv— George Sherriffs. President— A. H. Mann. Vice-President— VV illiam 

Duncan. Curator— Janus Barnes. Secretary— T. Colman, Post Office, Arbroath 
Treasurer— C. Smith Hill, 3 Queen Street, Arbroath. 

NKWGATE BOWLING CLUB. 

Patron— Geo. Davidson. President— J. P. o.uo. Vice-President— Win Dakers Secy 
and Match Secy.— Arthur Hamilton. Treasurer— Andrew Ellis. Curator— Alex. 
Thomson. Auditor— Robert Shaw. Executive—John Johnston, James Pirie 
David Anderson, John Faiiweather, David Byars, David Stephen, William 
Booth, Alex. Gardiner, James Boswell, and the Office-Bearcrs. Membership, 80 



LOCHLANDS PUBLIC BOWLING GREEN. 
Patron— F. F. Macdonald. President— D. A. Craig. Vice-President— A Esplin 
Secretary and Treasurer— A. D. Williamson, 59 Kinnaird Street. Committee— 
C. Whitron, R. Hunter, A. Smith, W. Matthew, L. Deans. Annual meeting in 
March. 

LOCHLANDS HALF-HOLIDAY BOWLING CLUB. 
President— William Penny. Vice-President— Thomas Millar. Secretary and Trea- 
surer—John Ferguson, 55 Kinnaird Street. 



FORFARSHIRE BOWLING ASSOCIATION. 
Hon. Presidents— James Falconer, London; Wm. Ogilvy, Kirriemuir; J. D Ford, 
Broughty Ferry ; G. Sherriffs, Arbroath ; Provost Moffat, Forfar ; a' B Crichton' 
Maryfield; Provost Reid, Brechin; ex-Lord Provost Sir William Don, Dudhope- 
John S. Thorn, Canmore. W. H. Blyth Martin, Balgay. President— W p' 
Martin (Montrose). Vice-President— A. B. Wvlie (Forfar). Secretary and 
Treasurer— J. L. Rea (Broughty), 2 India Buildings, Dundee Committee— 
Representatives from Baxter Park, Fairfield, Marvfitld, Lochee Craigie Dud 
hope, Monificfth, Broughty Castle. ' 



104 ARBROATH RECREATION CLUBS, &c. 



ARBROATH FOOTBALL CLUB— Instituted, 187«. 
Patrons — Viscount Inchcape; Earl of Strathmore ; Sir John T. Cargill ; J. M.Scott, 
Esq.; W. J. Kerr, Esq.; Arthur S. Fairweather, Esq.; Dr Richard Kelly; U. 
R. Macdonald, Esq. ; C. C. Grant, Esq. ; W. Webster, Esq. ; James Calder, Esq. 
Hon. Presidents— Mr A. G. Hendry, Mr James Kelly, Mr J. E. Whyte, Mr G. 
F. Johnston, Mr John Davidson, Mr W. W. Smith. President— John Lamb. 
Vice-President— G. D. N. Dundas. Secretary— R. M'Glashan, 20 Hannah St. 
Treasurer — E. N. Lefevre, 240 High Street. Members of Committee — George 
Willocks, J. Smith, George Law, Albert Buick, Wilfred Allsop. Auditor — W. 
E. Crichton, C.A. Co-opted Members for Ground Reconstruction Scheme — E. F. 
Cobb, J. Drummond, A. Mailer, sen., D. k. Macdonald, J. Weir, Robert Kin- 
near, J. R. W. Clark, Win. Davidson, W. O. Brown, Fred Gunn, C. Y. Myles. 

ARBROATH ATHLETIC FOOTBALL CLUB. 
President— George T. Shepherd. Secretary — W. Cameron. Treasurer— F. Lindsay. 
Committee — J. Bogue, D. Malcolm, J. Milne. 

JUNIOR FOOTBALL CLUBS. 
Ardenlea. Secretary — C. D. Cameron, % South Grimsby. 
Victoria. Secretary— D. Ritchie, 38 Helen Street. 
Woodside. Secretary— D. Maxwell, 20 Park Street. 

ARBROATH ANGLING CLUB. 

Patrons— Lieut.-Col Hew Blair Imrie of Lunan; D. C. R. Lindsay Carnegie of Kin- 
blethmont; T. Fletcher, Esq., and C. Fletcher, Esq., of Letham Grange; W. 
Greig Esq., of Seaton ; F. R. Huckersby, Esq.; Rev. E. W. Millar, St Mary's 
Rectory; Captain R. F. D. Bruce, Colliston Castle; J. M. Robertson, Esq., ot 
Lawton Mill House; W. Chapel, Esq.; A. D. Lowson, Esq., Elmbank; D. M. 
Kinmond Esq., Carnoustie; J. W. Lowson, Forfar. President— D. Darroch. 
Vice-President— Sam Rathjen. Secretary— J. D. MCulloch, Clydesdale Bank. 
Treasurer— D H. Reid, Brothock Bank. Committee— D. Robertson, W. Forbes, 
James Smart, Alex. Christie, J. Smith, J. Craig, J. Ji -viiilan, and James L. 
Douglas. Au.--.tor— W. Chapel. Annual meeting February of each year. 

ST THOMAS AMATEUR ROCKFISHERS CLUB. 
President— A. Christie. Vice-President— D. Mathew. Secretary and Treasurer— 
A. v ebster, 68 Brechin Koad. Committee— J. Mitchell, P. Boath, A. Bowman, 
vv. Bowman. • 

ST THOMAS SWIMMING CLUB AND HUMANE SOCIETY. 
Affiliated to S.A.S.A. and Royal L.S.S. Headquarters— Public Baths. 
Hon. President— J. P. McFarlane. President— Nichol Carrie. Vice-President— 
F Spark. Secretary and Treasurer — Arthur G. Hogg, 7 Ernest 
Street. Membership Fee, 2/-. Life Saving Competition in June. Practice 
Night, Monday, 8 p.m. Ladies' Section Secretary— Miss Bella Stirling. Id 
Kyd Street. 

HEALTH CONGRESS. 
Hon. President— Harry Corsar. President— Alex. Smith. Vice-Presidents— EdwarU 
Simpson and John Webster. Secretary and Treasurer— A. Beatt, 40 Ellicj 
Street. Recorder— C. Milne. Rescue— E. Bell Headquarters— The Steeple Rock^ 
Annual Meeting in October., 

ARBROATH UNITED CRICKET CLUB— Ground, Lochlands Park. 
Patrons— A R. Duncan of Parkii.i, Colin Grant of Woodside, A. C. Anderson* 
Esq., N. W. Chisholm, Esq., W. W. Webster, F. F. Macdonald, Harry Corsar, 
Earl' of Strathmore, Dr Kelly. President— D. Littlejohn. Vice-Presidents— 
R. David, R. W. Sievwright. Secretary— Robert Gleig, 54 Keptie Street. 
Treasurer— Richard David. Captain— R. W. Sievwright. Vice-Captain— A. M. 
Fairweather. Committee— Office-Bearers ex-oftcio. and G. C. McLeod, E. W. 
R Myles, T. J. Meikle, vV. J. Webster, D. C. Gauldie, F. Ritchie, A. V. Kin- 
near. Captain ot 2nd XI.— H. A. Warden. Match Committee— A. V. Kinnear 
and E. M. Lefevre. 



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JOHNSTON'S 

GRAND 

EMPORIUM 

Commerce Street 
and High Street 

The House for Everything and Every- 
thing for the House. : : : : 

Specialists in Ironmongery, Hardware^ 
Gtass Wares, and Fancy Goods. : : 

The Spot for Presents 



Everything in Enamelled Ware. 
Everything in Aluminium Ware. 
Everything in Hardware. I 



Presentation Goods of Various Kinds. 



The Great Place for Inexpensive : 

Travelling Bags, Travelling Trunks, 

Ladies' Hand Bags, Purses, Combs, &c. 

All Travelling Requisites. 



Note Addresses — 



Commerce Street & High Street 



ARBROATH. 



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H. U C. RUST 

Boys' and Gent's Outfitter 

KEPTIE STREET, ARBROATH 



FOR ALL that is RELIABLE 
and UP-TO-DATE in 




SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 
in all Purchases made from 

H. L. C. RUST 



KEPTIE STREET 



ARBROATH 



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TELEPHONE 12. 



WILLIAM THOMSON 

ffiutcher and Qamedealef 

148 High Street, Arbroath 





(Opposite Kirk Square) 

• 








j?y isS^ * ) 


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Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues. 

Prime Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c, always on hand. 

Cooked Meats a Speciality. 



Orders Called for and Promptly Delivered. 



148 HIGH STREET, 

ARBROATH. 



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Telephone No. 17. 



Smith, Hood & Co. Ltd. 

LARGEST COAL MERCHANTS AND COLLIERY AGENTS 
NORTH OF THE FORTH SHIP BROKERS. 

Registered Office, - 48 UNION STREET, DUNDEE 



Arbroath Depots: 
At Railway Station, 

Chalmers Street, 
and 
Letham Grange Station 

Office: 
53 KEPTIE STREET. 




BRANCHES — Bervie, Mr George Nicoll; Carnoustie, Miss C. S. 
Milne; Broughty Ferry, Mr J. Crawford; Forfar, Mr MacFarlane; 
Inverkeilor, Mr William Robertson; Montrose, Mr A. Imrie; 
Maryfield, Mr John Gray; Stonehaven, Mr R. V. Mitchell; Tay- 
port, W. M. Young; Cupar, Miss B. Cairns; Newport, Mr Tough; 
Brechin, Provost James Addison ; Johnshaven, Mr George Towns ; 
Inchture, Mr Simpson ; Wormit, Miss Gilmour. 



The following Descriptions of Best Household Coal always in 
stock — Best Wallsend English Coals and Nuts ; Dunfermline Splint 
Household Coal; Anthracite Coal; Jewel Coal; Patent Fuel 
Briquettes; Peat Briquettes; Best Coke for Vineries, Bakehouses, 
&c. ; Small Coal f^r Mills and Factories. 

FIREWOOD ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK. 



SPECIAL QUOTATIONS FOR WAGGON LOADS. 



For Prices, Terms, &c, apply to:— 

A. P, LOWSOH. Arbroath Agent. 

House Address— KEPTIE ANGLE. 



ARBROATH YEAK BOOK. 



109 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Achterlonie, Mrs Jessit\ 24 Robert Street 
Adam, James, compositor, 75 Ladyloan. 
Adam, Jas., mechanic, 4 West Mary St. 
Adam, James, Benachie, Arbirlot Road. 
Adam, fames, shoemaker, 19 Ernest St. 
Adam, W. B., labourer, 41 Dishland St. 
Adam, William 24 Brechin Road 
Adam, William, 38 Howard Street 
Adam Helen, widow, 34 Helen Street 
Adam', Miss. 8 Elliot/ Place 
Adam, Mrs C, is West Grimsby 
Adam, Mrs J. 14 Guthrie Port 
Adams, Alex. 34 Howard Street 
Adams, Alfred, 9 Park Street 
Adams, Francis W., boots, 8 Fergus Sq. 
Adams, Win, n Cross Mill Wynd 
Adams, Mrs Alfred, g Park Street 
Adams, Mrs Emily, 5 Russell Street 
Adamson, A., dealer, 16 Cross Mill Wynd. 
Adamson, A. K., Dal-na-rois, Arbirlot Rd. 
Adamson, B. P., 13 Millgate Loan 
Adamson, Jemima, 64 Caimie Street 
Adamson, Miss M. H. 2 18 Green Street 
Adamson, Mrs Mary H., 18 Green St. 
Addison, Alex., cycle agent, 281 High St 
Addison, Charles. 116 High Street 
Addison, John flaxdre;ser, 35 Fergus St. 
Addison, Joseph, weaver, 21 Fergus Sq. 
Addison, Thos., 66 Brechin Road 
Addison, Elizabeth, widow. 10 E. Newgate 
Addison, Jane W., weaver, 12 Spink St. 
Addison, Mrs Elizabeth D., 44 Ernest St 
Addison. Mrs Jean, 8 Hill Road- 
Aird, Robt., 41 Hannah Street 
Airth Geo., mill foreman, 21 West Mill 

Wynd 
Airth, Win., 19 Cairnie Street 
Airth, Miss Elizabeth, 16 Guthrie Port. 
Airth, Misses, 33 Victoria Street 
Airth, Misses Margaret and Mary, Loch- 
lands, Cairnie Road 
Aitken, Robert. 13 Leonard Street 
Aitken, T., coal merchant, 30 Hillend Rd. 
Aitken, Mrs Betsy M.. 30 Elliot Street 
Aitkenhead, Joseph, i4 Gowan Street 
Aitkenhead, foseph, 58 Nolt Loan 
Aitkenhead, Mrs Margt., Viewfield Road 
Alder, Thos., town's officer. Court House, 

Commerce Street 
Alexander, A. W., dentist, 23^ W. Abbey 

Street 
Alexander, Albert N., 2S£ West Abbey St 
Alexander, Charles, 26 Glover Street 
Alexander, Charles, 47 St Mary Street 
Alexander, Christine T. 2 9 Lochland St 
Alexander, D., chauffeur, Maule Street. 
Alexander, David, 44 High Street 
Alexander, David G., 12 Fergus Street 
Alexander, David, 37 Lordburn 
Alexander, Edward, 7 Russell Street. 
Alexander, H., engineer, 40 Millgate Ln 
Alexander, Henry F., cycle mechanic, 63 

Sidney Street. 
Alexander, James, labourer, 69 Ladyloan. 



Alexander, Jas., dentist, 13 Brechin Raad 
Alexander, Jas., engineer, 27 Carnegie St. 
Alexander, John, draper, 93 Keptie St. 
Alexander, Joseph, 2/ Fergus Square 
Alexander, R., machineman, Hay's Lane. 
Alexander, R., hairdresser, 36 Millgate Ln 
Alexander, T. M., factory worker, 28 

Bank Street. 
Alexander, W., hacklemaker, 8 N. Grimsby 
Alexander, W. H., solicitor, 60 High St. 
Alexander, Win., 4 Howard Street 
Alexander, Betsy, widow, 2 Murray PI. 
Alexander, Georgina K., 42 Addison PI. 
Alexander, Margaret, widow, Ernest St. 
Alexander, Miss Betsy, 12 James Street 
Alexander, Miss Maggie, 62 Brechin Rd 
Alexander, Misses, Hay's Lane. 
Alexander, Mrs A., Keptie Road 
Alexander, Mrs Isa., 19 Leonard St 
Alexander, Mrs J., 100 High Street 
Alexander, Mrs Jessie, 45 Lochland Drive 
Alexander, Mrs M., widow, 8 Leonard St. 
Alexander, Mrs M., Salisbury Place 
Allan, Alex., lapper, 28 Fergus Square 
Allan, D., traveller, 34 E. Abbey Street 
Allan. David, baker, 5 Culloden Road. 
Allan, David, flaxdresser, 8 Howard St. 
Allan, Jas., residenter, 24 Dishland St. 
Allan, Tessie. widow, 25 Culloden Road. 
Allan, Mrs Helen, 2 West Mary Street. 
Allan, Mrs M., 1 Hume Street 
Allardice, Frank, 11 Dishland Strci t 
Allardice, John, blacksmith, 13 John St. 
Allardice, John, mechanic, 76 Keptie St. 
Allardice, Miss L., confectioner, 77 Kep- 
tie Street. 
Allsop. Wilfred T.. 42 Dishland St 
Anckorn, G. C, postal clerk, 33 West 

Newgate 
Anckorn, W. J., photographer, 29 West Pt. 
Anderson, A. C, solicitor, Fernlea 
Anderson, Alex., factory wkr., 31 Elliot St 
Anderson, Alfred A., 10 Helen Street 
Anderson, Alfred A., 41 Elliot Street 
Anderson, Andrew, 7S Helen Street 
Anderson. Arch., labourer, 32 Kinn'aiTd St 
Anderson, C. C, stationer, 13 George St. 
Anderson. C. N.. 5 West Port 
Anderson, Chas. S., 17 Rossie Street 
Anderson. D.. labourer, 5 Cross Mill Wy. 
Anderson, David, storekeeper. 17 Kvd St. 
Anderson, David, tailor, 128£ High St. 
Anderson, David, mason, 23 Queen Street 
Anderson, David, 9 Hay's Lane. 
Anderson, David, gardener, 68 Howard St 
Anderson, David, 44| Fergus Square 
Anderson, David. 39 John Street 
Anderson, Edward, 7 Russell Street 
Anderson, G., cabinetmaker, 35 Elliot St. 
Anderson, Geo., 57 Leonard Street 
Anderson, Geo., engineer, 785 Keptie St. 
Anderson, Geo. G., storekeeper, 25 West 

Abbey Street. 
Anderson, George H., irondresser, 10 Pon- 
derlaw Lane. 



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i^t J. K. Moir's 




Sweet - - 
Lavender - 

and 

Chilprufe - 
Underwear 

for Children. - 



See the Selection 
we are able to - - 
place before you. 



J. K. MOIR, 

177-179 High Street, Arbroath. 

'Phone No. 240. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



HI 



Anderson,, Henry, 13 Cross Mill Wynd 
Anderson, J., bleacher, 11 St Vigeans Rd. 
Anderson, J. mill worker, 18 Maule Strett 
Anderson, James. 11 Convent Street 
Anderson, James, 23 East Abbey Street 
Anderson, James, 5 Culloden Crescent 
Anderson, James, 9 Green Streeit 
Anderson, James, labourer, 21 Hill Place. 
Anderson, James, mechanic, 13 Kyd St. 
Anderson, James, cabinetmaker, 23 Hamil- 
ton Green. 
Anderson, James, 33 Leonard Street. 
Anderson, Tames F., builder, 28 Kyd St. 
Anderson, James, electrical engineer, 

5 Culloden Crescent 
Anderson, James R., Idylwyld, Nolt Loan 
Anderson, Jas. T., watchmaker, 4 West 

Abbey Street. 
Anderson, John, jeweller, 16 Rosemount 

Road. 
Anderson, John, blacksmith, 26 Elliot St. 
Anderson, Johm, 17 St Vigeans Road 
Anderson, John S., 13 Carnegie Street. 
Anderson, John, W., Demondale 
Anderson, M., mechanic, 34 Keptie Street 
Anderson, Norman, 21 North Grimsby 
Anderson, Norman B., Seaforth 
Anderson, Patrick, 2 Elliot Street 
Anderson, R. H., mechanic, 33 Culloden Rd 
Anderson, R., mechanic, 47 Culloden Rd. 
Anderson, Rev. T. S., 1 Springfield Ter. 
Anderson, Robt., grocer, 16 Nolt Loan Rd. 
Anderson, Robt., 14 Jamieson Street 
Anderson Sidney, 13 Commerce Street 
Anderson, Thomas, bleacher, 44 Howard St. 
Anderson, W., 62 Rossie Street 
Anderson, W. Gordon, Warslap 
Anderson, W., mariner, 20 Culloden Ter 
Anderson, W. F., headmaster, 110 High 

Street 
Anderson, Win., mason, 31 Green Street. 
Anderson, Win., printer, 51 Sidney St. 
Anderson, Wm, engineer, 39 Kinnaird St. 
Anderson, Wm. J., 29 East Abbey St 
Anderson, Ann, 2 West Keptie Street 
Anderson, Elizabeth, 14 Kyd Street 
Anderson* Elspeth, 5 Elliot Street 
Anderson, Jane, reeler, n Kyd Street 
Anderson, Jane, 22 Smithy Croft 
Anderson, Jessie, 53 Panmure St 
Anderson, Mary W., housekeeper, 44 

Cairnie Street 
Anderson, May, confectioner, 94 Helen St. 
Anderson, Miss A. S., 48 Brechin Road. 
Anderson, Miss C, clerkess, 1 Cairnie PI. 
Anderson, Miss' C. A., 23 St Vigeans Rd 
Anderson, Miss Jessie, 7 Jamieson Street 
Anderson, Miss Jessie, 7 St Vigeans Rd. 
Anderson, Miss Jessie B. Nolt Loan Rd. 
Anderson, Miss Margaret, 270 High St 
Anderson, Miss Mary E., 51 Panmure St 
Anderson, Misses, 46 Nolt Loan 
Anderson, Mrs, 275| High Street 
Anderson, Mrs Agnes, 39 West Newgate 
Anderson, Mrs Annie,' 8 Hill Road 
Anderson, Mrs Annie, 42£ Cairnie Street 
Anderson, Mrs Annie, widow, 41 Hill St. 
Anderson, Mrs B., 40 St Mary Street. 
Anderson, Mrs C, grocer, 26 Ladyloan. 



Anderson, Mrs E.i, 5 Elliot Street 
Anderson, Mrs E., 48 Helen Street 
Anderson, Mrs Jane, 36 Sidney Street 
Anderson, Mrs Jane A., 43 Hill Street 
Anderson, Mrs M. A., residenter, 48 East 

Abbey Street. 
Anderson, Mrs Marjory, 27 Abbot St 
Anderson, Mrs Mary, 29 Fisheracre 
Anderson, Mrs Mary, 24 Helen Street 
Anderson, Mrs Mary, 3 Osborne Terrace 
Angus, David, 36 Sidney Street. 
Angus, Joseph, 166 High Street 
Annat, Robert, labourer, 15 Stuart St. 
Annat, Mrs Jane S., 14 Marketgate 
Arbuthnot, D., moulder, 21 Cairnie St. 
Arbuthnot, W., ironmoulder, 17 Kinnaird 

Street 
Arbuthnott, David L., 6 West Mary St 
Arbuthnott, W., railway carter, 15 Elliot St. 
Archer, Alex., 69 Keptie Street 
Archer, Miss Elizabeth, 5 Wallace St 
Arklay, Miss F., dressmaker, 21 Duke St. 
Armatage, Peter, flesher, 11 Ponderlaw St. 
Armour, Miss Annie, 5J St Mary Street 
Armstrong, J. B., flaxdresser, 70 Keptie St. 
Armstrong, Mrs Mary, 56 St Vigeans Rd. 
Arthur, A., labourer, 29 St Vigeans Road 
Ashby, George, 4 Bridge Street 
Ashford, Jane, 11 Kinnaird Street 
Asquith, Wm, sawtrimmer, 14 Bridge St. 
Aston, Mrs J. S., 45 Rossie Street 
Atkinson, Frank, 20 West Mary Street. 
Auchterlonie, J., 43 Dishland Street 
Auchterlonie, John, 26 Robert Street 
x\uchterlonie, Wm. C, 14 Leonard St 
Axford, David, hammerman, 58 Cairnie St. 
Axford, Mrs, factory worker, 77 Loch- 
land Street. 

Bailie, R. W., cycle repairer, 24 Helen St 

Baillie, Andrew, 29 Lordburn 

Baillie, Ed., machinist, 19 Hill Street 

Baillie, Mrs J., 29 Lordhurn 

Bain, James, 10 John Street 

Bain, Jas.. millworker, 25 Dishland St. 

Bain, Wm., n Wallace Street 

Bain, Miss Williamina, 49 Wallace St 

Bain, Mrs Margaret B., 1 Alexandra PI. 

Baird, Alex. P., mason, 19 Park Street 

Baird, Alfred, 3 Church Street 

Baird, D. S., enginedriver, 12 St Vigeans 

Road. 
Baird, Geo., hairdresser, 48 High Street 
Baird, J., flaxdresser, 44 St Vigeans Rd. 
Baird, Jas., plater's helper, 248 High St. 
Baird, R. C., hairdresser, 5 W. Grimsby. 
Baird, Robert, painter, 42 Sidney Street. 
Baird, W., boot salesman, 54 Rossie St. 
Baird, W., hairdresser, 14 St Mary St. 
Baird, Mrs Elizabeth, 1 Dalhousie PI 
Bairner, Alex., pastry-baker, 41 Hill St. 
Baldie. Robert, 78 St Vigeans Road 
Balfour, Alex., flaxdresser, 27 Lochland St. 
Balfour, C. L., baker, 43 Barngreen 
Balfour, Geo., plater, 51 Leonard Street 
Balfour, Geo. L., moulder, 36 Barngreen. 
Balfour, James L., 20 Brechin Road 
Balfour, Robert B., 20 Brechin Road 





112 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 










Servants' Agent for Pullars' Dyeworks, 
Registry. Perth 

MISS STEWART 

Ladies' and Children's Smallwares and Fancy 
Underclothing. Drapery. 

33 WEST PORT, ARBROATH. 










Charles P. Whitton 

26 HIGH STREET and 

2 LADYBRIDGE STREET, ARBROATH 

I 

for VALUE in 

Groceries, Provisions, Wines &- 
Spirits. 










George Cooper, m.p.s. 

Family and Dispensing Chemist. 

12 KEPTIE STREET, 

ARBROATH. 'Phone No 182. 











LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



113 



Balfour, Jane A., widow, 14 Howard St. 
Ballingall, Wm., factory worker, 29 /lobot 
Street. 

Barclay, W., 20 Barngreen 

Banks, Sutherland, hotelkeeper, 17 Kep- 

tie Street 
Bannerman, J. L., mechanic, 23 Kinnaird 

Street. 
Bannerman, Miss Eliza, 46 Rossie Street 
Bannerman, Mrs, 21 Fergus Square. 
Barclay, Peter, mechanic, 21 Lochland St. 
Barnes, James, coachman, 29 Victoria St. 
Barnet, David, carter, 14 Helen Street. 
Barnet, Davidina, spinster, 56 Marketgate. 
Barnet, Elizabeth, widow, 7 W. Newgate. 
Barnett, Chas., 17 Catherine Street 
Barnctt, D. D., wine merchant, 12 Hill- 
end Road 
Barnett, Thos., 15 Convent Street 
Barnett, Mary A., factory worker, 64 St 

Mary Street. 
Barr, Mrs Elizabeth, 29 Ponderlaw St. 
Barrie, Charles, batcher, 10 Smithy Croft 
Barrie, Wm., bleacher. 22 Robert Street 
Barrie, Miss E., 8 St Mary Street 
Barrie, Mrs A., widow, 17 Howard St. 
Barron, J. P., den. surg., 4 Brothock Bdg 
Barry, Mrs E.. 26 Hannah Street 
Basset, Frank, 17 Convent Street 
Batchelor, Chas., 50 Kinnaird Street 
Batchelor, D., 1 Reform Street 
Batchelor, David, cashier, Viewfield Rd. 
Batchelor, H. S., grocer, 28 Elliot St. 
Batchelor, W., 42 Brechin Road 
Batchelor, Agnes, 20 Nolt Loan 
Batchelor, Mrs, Mayfield. 
Bate, Jane, 30 Helen Street 
Bathie, Miss C. A. H., Craigievar, Kep- 

tie Road 
Bauldie, Mrs, 51 Guthrie Port 
Baxter, Donald M., manager, 8 Garden St. 
Baxter, James, blacksmith, 27 Bog Lane. 
Baxter. Bella, weaver, 17 Culloden Road. 
Baxter, Mrs J. A., 461 Cairnie Street 
Beaton, Stephen, 2 Wallace Street 
Beaton, Mary 46 St Mary Street 
Beats. Alex., bleachfield worker, 2 West 

Mary Street. 
Beatt, Andrew, tobacconist, 40 Elliot St. 
Beatt, Miss Jane, 54 Helen Street. 
Beattie, A., mill manager, 3 Bakers Wynd. 
Beattie, Alex., fisherman, 15 Union St. E. 
Beattie, Alex., 10 Marketgate 
Beattie, Alex., fisherman, 5 South Street 
Beattie, D., 21 West Newgate 
Beattie, D., fisherman, 17 Ladybridge St. 
Beattie, David, fisherman, 8 South St. 
Beattie, David, fisherman, 7 Old Shore Hd 
Beattie, James, signalman. 14 Lochland St 
^Beattie, James 6 Tames Street 
Beattie. James, 23' High Street. 
Beattie, Tames, 16 John Street. 
Beattie, James, fisherman, 9 W. Newgate 
Beattie, James L , 16 Panmure Street 
Beattie, John, butcher. 47 Kinnaird St. 
Beattie, Tohn, vanman, 8 Bank Street. 
Beattie, John, 43 Leonard Street 
Beattie, M., factory wkr., 22 Barngreen 
Beattie, Peter, fisherman, 17 Union St. E. 



Beattie, Peter, 15 High Street. 

Beattie, Peter, 57 Ladyloan 

Beattie, Robert, fisherman, 4 Seagate. 

Beattie, Robert, 8 John Street 

Beattie, Robt. F., baker, 1 Maule Street. 

Beattie, Sydney, 19 Hays Lane 

Beattie, Thomas, fisherman, 5 High St. 

Beattie, Thos., fisherman, 17 Union St. E. 

Beattie, W, warehouseman, 11 Ernest St. 

Beattie, Walter, shoemaker, 22 Applegate. 

Beattie, William, baker, 19 John Street. 

Beattie, Wm., Y Rosebank 

Beattie, Wm., 17 Union Street East 

Beattie, Wm., shoemaker, 10 W. Newgate 

Beattie, Jane, 6 High Street. 

Beattie, Miss Jane, 21 Lochland Street 

Beattie, Miss Jessie, 49 Keptie Street. 

Beattie, Miss M., fish uii, Brothock Bdg 

Beattie, Miss Margaret, 15 John Street 

Beattie, Mrs, 67 Millgate Loan 

Beattie, Mrs C, 11 St Vigeans Road 

Beattie. Mrs Charlotte, 7 Old Shore Hd 

Beattie, Mrs Eliz., 46 Ladybridge St 

Bealttie, Mrs Isabella, 41 St Mary St 

Beattie, Mrs Mary A., 64 Cairnie Street. 

Beatts, Alex., 2 West Mary Street 

Beatts, Joseph A., 49 Wallace Street 

Beatts. Jean, 35 West Grimsby 

Becket, John, Springfield 

Beedie. A... fish merchant, 55 Millgate Ln. 

Beedie, George, residenter, 3 Lordburn. 

Begg, James, 26 Hannah Street 

Begg, Mrs Jane, 1 Murray Place 

Begg. Mrs Mary, 3 Baldovan Street 

Belford. James, porter, P.H. Hospital 

Bell, Alex., shoemaker, 29 Lochland St. 

Bell, Douglas, bleacher, 25 Leonard Street 

Bell, Enoch, 31 Howard Street 

Bell, Ernest, music teacher, 39 Jamieson St 

Bell, J., 14 Rosebank 

Bell, John, 21 Kinnaird Street 

Bel' John, 2 Rosebank 1 

Bell. Toseph, 25 Gowan Street 

Bell, Robert baker, 29 Ernest Street 

Bell, William, musician, 169 High Street 

Bell, Wm., leather-cutter, 21 Leonard St. 

Bell, Miss Jane, 11 Bog Lane 

Bell. Mrs Beatrice, 22 Culloden Road 

Bell, Mrs Christina, 41 Kinnaird St. 

Bell, Mrs M. A., 31 Gowan Street 

Bell, Mrs Margaret W., 45 Rossie Street 

Belli, P., confectioner, 11 Allan Street 

Bellis, Rev. J. T., St John's Manse, 

Seaton Road 
Benda, Mrs M., 67£ Millgate Loam 
Bennet, A. D., market gardener, Little 

Cairnie 
Bennet, J. S., patternmaker, 31. Cairnie St 
Bennett. D. W., 7 East Abbey Street 
Bennett, F. W. M., Abbey View, Hays- 
head Road 
Bennett, Mrs, widow, 35 East Abbey St. 
Benson, Wm., dealer, 53 W. Grimsby 
Berrie, Toseph, porter, 6 Wallace Street 
Berrie, Mrs M., 248 High Street 
Bertie. Allen, baker. 13 Stuart Street 
Bertie, Helen S., widow, 10 W. Abbey St. 
Bertie, Miss E., 20 Nolt Loan 
Binnie, Alex., Gallowden 



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D.YOunG<sson 

CARTWRIGHTS AND COACH PAINTERS. 

16 SOUTH GRIMSBY - ARBROATH 



LORRIES, VANS, &c, BUILT TO ORDER. 




Telephone No. 117. 



W. B. WILLIAMSON, 

FAMILY BREAD AND BISCUIT 
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. 

Sole Maker of the Famous Ducat Shortbread. 



ABBEY BAKERY, ARBROATH. 



TELEPHONE 103. 



W. L- Grant & Son 

PAINTERS AND DECORATORS, 



267 High Street 



Arbroath 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS 



115 



Binnie, Alexander, 93 Keptie Street. 
Binnie, William, labourer, 41 Rossie St. 
Birrell, David, 21 Fergus Street 
Birse, Alexander, 15 Leonard Street. 
Birse, Fred., flaxdresser, 11 Ernest St. 
Birse, Geo., machineman, 2 Reform St. 
Birse, J., engine-fitter, 68 St Vigeans Rd. 
Birse, John, machineman, 9 Cross Mill Wy. 
Birse, John, 47 Green Street. 
Birse, Mrs, 6o Fergus Square 
Bishop, William, foreman of works, 45 

Brechin Road 
Bisset, A. J ., 53 Green Street 
Bisset, Alex., insur. agent, 63 Ladyloan 
Bisset, Alex., 40 Green Street 
Bisset, George, 45 West Grimsby 
Bisset, Geo. V., 20 Hill Place 
Bisset, James, mill foreman, 12 Robert St. 
Bisset, Wm., 7 Wallace Street 
Bisset, Misses T. A. and M Hayshead Rd. 
Bisset, Mrs Agnes, 29 Elliot Street 
Bisset, Mrs G. S., 60 Marketgate 
Bisset, Mrs Violet C, 64 Nolt Loan Road 
Black, Alex., labourer, 41 Helen Street. 
Black, And., Signal Tower 
Black, Andrew, labourer, 36 Cairnie St. 
Black, Andrew M., 63 Ladyloan 
Black, George, shoemaker, 20 Cairnie St. 
Black, George, 2 Culloden Road 
Black, G. K. F., vintner, 27 E. Abbey St 
Black, H., bootmaker, 14 West Mary St. 
Black, James, tenter, 11 Jamieson St. 
Black, James 36 Ann Street 
Black, Peter, tailor, 3 Jamieson Street. 
Black, Stephen, caretaker, 29 Rossie St. 
Black, Wm., 54 High Street 
Black, Wm., engineer, 5 Russell Street. 
Black, Wm., 31 Gravesend 
Black, Jessie, millworker, 14 Glover St. 
Black, Mrs, 32 East Mill Wvnd 
Black, Mrs A., 6 Glover Street 
Black, Miss A , residenter, 17 Jamieson St. 
Black, Miss Ann, 4" Lochland Street 
Black, Mr s Anne T., 10 Nolt Loan Road 
Black, Mrs Betsy, 10 Academy Street 
Biack, Mrs Flora. 19 Palmer Street 
Black, Mrs M., widow, 30 Cairnie St. 
Black, Mrs Margaret, 14 W. Mary Street 
Blair, Andrew, tenter, 78 Cairnie Street. 
Blair, D., hairdresser, 3 Hamilton Gn. 
Blair, Henry, hairdresser, 59 Sidney St 
Blair, T., sen., house factor, 3 Carnegie St. 
Blair, T • inn., patternmaker. 57 Millgate 

Loan. 
Blair, Robert, 46 Culloden Road 
Blair, Thos., railway guard, 56a High St. 
Rlair, Walter, 58 Sidiey Street ' 
Blair, Miss A., factory worker, 5 Ander- 
son Street. 
Blair, Mrs, 12 Fergus Street. 
Blair, Mrs E. F., 32 Ladyloan. 
Blues, Alfred, 42 Fergus Square 
Blues, James, 7 Russell Street 
Blues, Mrs Ellen, 13 Dishland Street 
Blvth, Alex., porter, 46 Glover Stren 
Boath, D. M., flesher, 29 Cairnie St. 
Boath. David, labourer, 25 Ann Street. 
Boath, David, 27 Ann Street 



Boath, David, 70 Lochland Street 
Boath, Geo., mechanic, 14 St Vigeans Rd. 
Boath, Geo., baker, 14 Leonard Street. 
Boath, George, 41 Dishland Street 
Boath, Jessie, 19 Wallace Street 
Boath, Mary A., spinster, V W. Abbey St. 
Boath, Mrs Eliz., 28 Bank Street 
Boath, Mrs Jane, 14 Robert Street 
Boath, Mrs Jean, 5 Victoria Street 
Boath, Mrs Jessie, 41 Leonard Street 
Boath, Mrs Maggie, 7 Cairnie Street 
Bodie, Chas. W. J., 82 High Street 
Bogue, A., mill overseer, 30 St Mary St. 
Bogue, David, mill overseer, 23 Green St. 
Bogue, Henry, 8 Leonard Street 
Bogue, J. F., engineer, 32^ St Mary St 
Bogue, John, surfaceman,' 21 Abbot St. 
Bogue, John, 32 Green Street . 
Bogue, John, 39 Lochland Street 
Bogue, Miss Barbara, 3 Lordburn 
Bonnyman, Mrs A , widow, 27 E. Abbe}' St 
Booth, David, painter, Demondale. 
Booth, Jas. G., shoemaker, 39 Commerce St 
Booth, William, tailor, 23 West Port, 
Booth, Miss Margaret G., 8 George Street 
Borland, J., 23 W. Mary Street 
Borthwick, J., greengrocer, 39 Lordburn. 
Borthwick, Jas., labourer, 17 Panmure St. 
Bothwell, H., labourer, 13 Cross Mill Wy 
Bothwell, Miss S., millworker, 5 Cross 

Mill Wynd. 
Bothwell, Mrs Ann, 12 E. Mill Wynd. 
Bouick, David, fitter, 12 Lochland Street 
Bouick, David, stationer, 27 Glover St. 
Bowden, James, 10 St Vigeans Road 
Bowden, Miss B., 64 Cairnie Street 
Bowen, D., 4 Robert Street 
Bowen, Mrs Elsie, 55^ Lochland St 
Bower, Mrs Elspeth, 57^ Lochland Street 
Bowick , David, 12 Lochland Street 
Bowie, Wm.,' miller, 15 Carnegie Street. 
Bowman, Andrew, 1 Cross Mill Wynd 
Bowman, James, batcher, 40 Green Street, 
Bowman, John C.. mason, 19 Catherine St. 
Bowman, Wm., engineer, 78? Keptie St 
Bowman, Annie G., 39 St Mary Street 
Bowman Mrs Elizabein, 1 Albert Street 
Bowman, Mrs Isabella, 40 Nolt Loan Rd. 
Boyack. James, cooper, 40 Barngreen 
Boyd, Hugh, 63 Leonard Street 
Boyd, James, engineer, 78 St Vigeans Rd. 
Boyd, John, clerk, 48 East Abbey Street. 
Bovd, Tohn. 5 Hill Road 
Boyd, Mrs A. J., 16 Elliot Street 
Boyd, Mrs Elizabeth, 39 Sidney Street 
Bovle, Wm., storekeeper, 37 Kinnaird St 
Boyle. Miss Barbara, 59 High Street 
Bovle, Miss Isabella, 1G-2 Keptie Street 
Boyle, Mrs E.. 25 E. Abbey Street 
Boyle, Mrs, Jane, 27 Elliot Street 
Bracelin, Pat. J., shipmaster, 23 Ann St 
Braid, Alex., shipmaster, 28 Elliot Street 
Braid. Alex., 17 Elliot Street 
Braid, Charles, 36 Leonard Street 
Braid. Chas. D.. 67^ Millgate Loan 
Braid, H., cab driver, 51 Guthrie Port 
Braid, J., wood merchant, 7 Hillcnd Rd 
Rra'rl Tohn. street porter, 9 Millgate Ln. 
Braid, William, 51 Leonard Street 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Shepherd's Morning Rolls 



PAR EXCELLENCE 

Are favoured bv those who can 
appreciate good quality. If } T ou 
have not yet tried them make a 
point of having them on the 
breakfast table without delay 
and you will be delighted with 
their superiority. 

SHEPHERD'S VAN -will Call 
EVERY MORNING on request 



BRONZE MEDAL at 

Glasgow Exhibition of 
1924 for Morning Rolls. 

DIPLOMA OF MERIT 

at Aberdeen in 1923 for 
French Bread. 

PRIZE WINNER at 

Edinburgh in 1917 and 
London Exhibition, 
1910; 



Shortbread, Plain and Ornamented — any Special Motto. All sorts of 
Plain and Fancy Tea Bread Daily. Hot Pies and Bridies every Friday 
& Saturday. Marriage & Supper Parties. Picnics & Soirees purveyed. 

James Shepherd 

FANCY BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, 

45 ST MARY STREET, ARBROATH 



The Kiddies are Always Happy 

WHEN YOU GIVE THEM 
SWEETS FROM OLYMPIA 
CHOCOLATE STORES. 

All the Best Makers are repre- 
sented in our Selection. 

Chocolates, Caramels, Tonees, 
&c. You needn't pay more than 
6d per Quarter for the Best 
Chocolates— Freshly Made. Try 
them, and note their superiority. 

The Leading Brands of Cigarettes are Kept in Stock. 

Olympia Chocolate Store 

MARKET PLACE, ARBROATH. 




LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



117 



Braid, Mrs W. G., 17 Hayswell Road 
Brand, Alex., draughtsman, 1 Cairnie PI. 
Brand, Andrew, mason, 57 Kinnaird St. 
Braud, J., sergt. of police, 38 Rossie St. 
Brand, Jas; S., slater, 30 Dishland St. 
Brand, Joseph, labourer, 68 Howard St. 
Brand, Robert, 3 Church Street 
Brand, Miss A., 50 Rossie Street 
Brand, Miss Jane 41 Millgate Loan 
Brand, Miss Kate, 6 Rossie Street 
Brand, Miss Margaret, Mount Zion Brae 
Brand, Mrs, 8 Russell Street 
Brand, Mrs L., 168 High Street 
Brattesanni, Mrs Clementina, 55 Loch- 
land Street 
Bremner, John, 2 Fergus Street 
Bremner, Mrs A., 47^ Ladyloan 
Brennan, Patrick, ironmoulder, 7 Elliot St. 
Bridges, Andrew, 17 West Abbey Street 
Bridges, Wm., 21 Ponderlaw Street 
Bridges, Mrs E., charwoman, 2 Ponder- 
law Lane. 
Briggs, Wm., 57 Leonard Street 
Briggs, Mrs, 11 Kinnaird Street. 
Brodie, John, Kinprunes, Nolt Loan Road 
Brodie, Miss Margaret, editor, Kinprunes, 

Nolt Loan Road 
Brougham, Geo., painter, 51 Sidney St. 
Brougham, W. J., 60 Rossie Street 
Brougham, Miss, 21 Ogilvie Place 
Brown, Alex^ engineer, 6 Fergus St 
Brown, Charles, beamer, 34 Keptie Street. 
Brown, D., 43 Hannah Street 
Brown, Daniel C, 19 Fergus Street 
Brown, David, flaxdresser, 32 Rossie St. 
Brown, David, 30 Glover Street 
Brown, David 24 West Mary Street 
Brown, Douglas, 25 Brechin Road 
Brown, Duncan, flaxdsr., 21 Leonard St 
Brown, Edward, 555 Panmure Street 
Brown, George, uj Elliot Place 
Brown, George, engineer, ZZ Kinnaird St. 
Brown, J. S., insur, collector, 35 Howard St 
Brown, James, 8 Seagate 
Brown, James A., Viewfield Road 
Brown, Jas. M., moulder, 30 Green St. 
Brown, Jas. residenter, Maryville, Kep- 
tie Road 
Brown, John L., 1 Long Row 
Brown, Joseph, 24 Kyd Street .1 

Brown, L. G., Rio Cottage, 8 Nolt Loan 
Brown, Reginald, teacher, 3 Brechin Rd j 
Brown, Robert, grocer, 54 Nolt Loan Rd. ! 
Brown, Robert, 24 Fergus Street 
Brown, W. O., teacher, 42 Nolt Loan 
Brown, Win., 32 Rossie Street 
Brown, Wm., ironmonger, 1 Hill Road. 
Brown, Wm., 37 High Street 
Brown Elsie, widow, 8 Addison PI. 
Brown, Helen G. S., 18 Kyd St. 
Brown, Jane, widow, 37 West Newgate. 
Brown, Jean Ann, 69 Guthrie Port 
Brown, Margaret, widow, 21 Abbot St. 
Brown, Margaret, 47 John Street. " 
Brown Miss Eliz 3j West Grimsby 
Brown, Miss M., 41 Lochland Drive. 
Brown, Mrs, broker, 15 Barngreen 
Brown, Mrs, 7 Panmure Street 



Brown, Mrs A. J. H., grocer, 33 Marketgate 
Brown, Mrs B., widow, 10 Hayswell Road. 
Brown, Mrs Isabella, 80 Cairnie Street 
Brown, Mrs M., 5 Kinnaird Street 
Brown, Mrs Mary, 1 Russell Street 
Brown, Mrs S., 3 Ladyloan 
Brown, Mrs S., widow, 29 Ernest St. 
Bruce, Alex., 6 Howard Street 
Bruce, Alexander, grocer, 39 Ladyloan 
Bruce, Geo., 35 Lindsay Street 
Bruce, James, waiter, 48 High Street. 
Bruce, Jas. W-, 14 Church Street 
Bruce, John W., 14 North Grimsby 
Bruce, John, fisherman, 21 Seagate 
Bruce, John B. E., West. Cemetery Lodge 
Bruce, Nicholson, n Marketgate 
Bruce, William, 11 Marketgate 
Bruce, Wm., machineman, 13 Green St. 
Bruce, Wm., vintner, 51 Brechin Road 
Bruce, Wm. B., chauffeur, 10 Academy St. 
Bruce, Mary, factory worker, 22 Helen St 
Bruce, Mrs Helen, 39 Leonard Street. 
Brummage, Harry, 11 Shore 
Bryan, Mrs Agnes, 33 Cairnie Street 
Bryce, A.dam, 6 North Grimsby 
Bryce, John, baker, 1 Maule Street 
Brydon. Jas., retired postmaster, 5 View- 
field Road 
Buchan, Adam, labourer, 33 Fisheracre 
Buchan, James, 20 East Abbey Street 
Buchanan, D. M., restaurant, 19 Millgate 
Buchanan. J., printer, 3 Addison PI. 
Buchanan, Miss I 19 Brechin Road 
Buick, Albert, 10 Rosebank 
Buick, D. P., residenter, 10 St Vigeans Rd. 
Buick, David, 27 Glover Street. 
Buick, J., potato merchant, 50 High St. 
Buick, James, joiner, 44 Cairnie St. 
Buick, James, 56 Brechin Road. 
Buick, James, plumber, 14 Leonard Street 
Buick, Jas., flaxdresser, 22 Lochland St. 
Buick, Peter, lapper, 47 H^len Street. 
Buick, W., mechanic, 30 Millgate Loan. 
Buick, Wm., mechanic, 26 Dishland St. 
Buick. Wm., labourer, 23 Hays Lane. 
Buick, Isabella, residenter, 21 Green Street, 
Buick, Maggie, confectioner, 23 Church St. 
Buick, Miss Annie, 44 Glover Street 
Buick, Mrs George, 13 St Vigeans Road. 
Buist, Jas., labourer, 26 Hamilton Green 
Buist, W. C, linen mcht., 26 Ponderlaw 
Bullock, Mrs A., 29 Leonard Street 
Burn, Mrs D. H., 4 Albert Street. 
Burness, David S. G., superintendent of 

cleansing. 31 Carnegie Street. 
Burness, W. W., ironturner, 54 Howard St. 
Burnett, D., cartwright, 40 Millgate Ln. 
Burnett, D., 27 Hayswell Road 
Burnett, David, slater, 19 N. Grimsby. 
Burnett, James, 17 Marketgate 
Burnett, W. G, dairyman. 5 Murray PI 
Burnett, William, 50 Guthrie Port. 
Burnett, Wm., 31 Glover Street 
Burnett, Wm., moulder, 72 Cairnie Street. 
Burnett, Wm. S., q Anderson Street 
Burnett, Betsy, 17 Marketgate 
Burnett, Catherine, spinster, 21 Sidney St. 
Burnett, Mrs Janet, 28 Bank Street 
Burns, James, gardener, 6 Jamieson St. 



118 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



You Can Depend 



On the Quality of the Fish you 
Buy at BEATTIE'S. 



Our Supplies come Daily from 
Arbroath Harbour, and are sold 
direct to the Public at Keenest 
Market Prices. 

ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. 




Beattie's Fish Depot, 

BROTHOCK BRIDGE, ARBROATH. 



Waverley Temperance Hotel, Arbroath 




Within 

One Minute's 

Walk of 

RAILWAY 

STATION. 



13 
KEPTIE 
STREET 



VISITORS 

are assured of 

EVERY 

HOME 

COMFORT 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



119 



Burns, Islav, labourer, 8 Cross Mill Wy 
Burns, Mrs" Helen, 17 W. Abbey Street 
Burns, Mrs Jessie, 7 Cross Mill Wynd 
Bushnell, Mrs Mary, iZ Bridge Street 
Butchart, Alexander, 81 Keptie Street. 
Butchart, Chas., tailor, 1C St Vigeans Rd. 
Butchart, James, 8 Leonard Street. 
Butchart, John E., Timbergreens, Ar- 

birlot Road. 
Butchart, R., engineer, 29 Kinnaird St. 
Butchart, R. T., cabinetmaker, 30 Bank St. 
Butchart, Roderick, lapper, 16 Rossie St. 
Butchart, W., labourer, 20 Ogilvy Place 
Butchart, W., plumber, 56 St Vigeans Rd. 
Butchart, Agnes, spinster, 3 Bakers Wynd. 
Butchart, Grace A., -widow, 50> John St. 
Butchart, Miss Maggie, 16 Bridge Street 
Butchart, Mrs J., widow, 7 Russell St. 
Butcher, Lewis D.. 31 Elliot Street 
Butters, Chas., insur. agent, 7 Brechin Rd 
Byars, D., 153 High Street 
Byars, J., motor contractor, 8 Carnegie St 
Byars, Mrs C, 153 High Street 

Cabin, Wm. S. ; 21 Park Street 
Cable, James, factory manager, 27 Loch- 
land Street. 
Cables, James, 71 Helen Street 
Cables, James C. 32 Kyd Street 
Cables, Mrs, 8 Ann Street 
Cadman, James, billiardroom proprietor, 

49 Ladyloan. 
Cadman, Mrs Ella, 175 High Street 
Caird, Allan, labourer, 41 Ladyloan 
Caird, Henry, joiner, 32£ St Mary St. 
Caird, J., labourer, 49 Millgate Loan. 
Caird, J. R., 57 Sidney Street 
Caird, James, ironturner, Demondale 
Caird, John, 9i Applegate 
Caird, W., factory worker, 14 Hannah St. 
Caird, Mary, widow, 39 Panmure Street. 
Caird, Mary L., 57 Dishland Street 
Caird, Miss Helen, 8i Dishland Street 
Caird, Mrs H . 7 Applegaite 
Cairns, W. J., 19 Bog Lane 
Caithness, Mrs, 5 Anderson Street 
Calder, Ann, widow, 1 Dishland Street. 
Calder, D. D., builder, 32 Elliot Street 
Calder, James, 9 St Vigeans Road 
Calder, Miss M. R., Heathcote, Viewfiekl 

Road 
Callum, Catherine, spinster, 3 Ponderlaw 

Street. 
Cameron, Chas. D., 6 South Grimsby 
Cameron, David, 28 Rossie Street. 
Cameron, J., surfaceman, 35 Howard St. 
Cameron, J., cabinetmaker, 9 Union St 
Cameron, James, 27 Hannah Street 
Cameron, John, joiner, 5 Fergus Street. 
Cameron, Rev. James, Dishland Street. 
Cameron, Wm., mechanic, 9 Elliot St. 
Cameron, Wm., shoemaker, 66 Fergus Sq. 
Cameron, Jessie, dressmaker, 60 Market- 
gate 
Cameron, Miss Annie, 23 Rossie Street 
Cameron, Mrs Isabel. 43 St Mary Street 
Cameron, Miss Jessie. 41 Cairnie St 
Cameron, Mrs E. F., Hayshead Road 
Cameron, Mrs M., 32 St Vigeans Road 



Campbell, A., railway clerk, 9 Glover St. 
Campbell, D., machinist, 7 St Vigeans Rd. 
Campbell, Frederick. 31 Sidney Street 
Campbell, H. R., tenter, 61 East Abbey St. 
Campbell, J., moulder, 29 W. Abbey St. 
Campbell, Jas., painter, 9 Kinnaird St. 
Campbell, John, 46 Sidney Street. 
Campbell, John, overseer, 21 Guthrie Pt. 
Campbell, John D., electrician, Allan St 
Campbell, W., surfaceman, 49 Brechin Rd 
Campbell, William, 18 West Mary St. 
Campbell, William, 6 Leonard Street. 
Campbell, Wm., Iti5 High Street 
Campbell, Wm., 78 Helen Street 
Campbell, Ann, bleacher, 37 Rossie Street 
Campbell, Betsy, widow, 14 Chalmers St. 
Campbell, Johan, 168 High Street 
Campbell, Miss, 36 Hill Street 
Campbell, Mrs Betsv, 14 Chalmers St 
Campbell, Mrs Isabella, 248 High Street 
Cant, David, joiner, 3j Keptie Street. 
Cant, Harry, 21 Lordburn 
Cant, James, mechanic, 9 Culloden Road. 
Cant, Robert, 3 Elliot Street 
Cant, W., 23 Dishland Street 
Cant, Mrs Eliz., 31 Rossie Street 
Carcary, W. T., blacksmith, 29 Howard St 
Cardno, Mrs J., 14 West Mary Street 
Cargill. A., tailor, ig Park Street 
Cargill, A., 14 Ladybridge Street 
Cargill, A., jun., fisherman, 20 South St. 
Cargill, A. B., residtr., 21 Old Shore Hd 
Cargill, A. B., factory manager, 47 Pan- 
mure Street. 
Cargill, A. M., labourer, bi Bank Street. 
Cargill, Alex., 17 Cairnie Street 
Cargillk, Alex., 16 Marketgate 
Cargill, Alex., 55 High Street 
Cargill, Alex., fisherman, 23 Old Shore Hd. 
Cargill, Alex., boxmaker, 23 Jamiesoc St. 
Cargill, Alex., 5 Kinnaird Street 
Cargill, Alex., 33 West Grimsby 
Cargill, Alex., labourer, 17 Catherine St. 
Cargill, Andrew, barman, 8 Abbot Street. 
Cargill, Andrew, fisherman, 29 John St. 
Cargill, Andrew, 3 Union Street East 
Cargill, Chas., fisherman, 8 John Street. 
Cargill, David no Seagate 
Cargill, David, 1 South Street 
Cargill, David, 3 St Vigeans Road. 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 24 W. Newgate 
Cargill, David, 15 Fergus Street 
Cargill, David, sen., 30 Robert Street. 
Cargill, David, 21 Ladybridge Street. 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 6 Marketgate. 
Cargill, David, labourer, 7 W. Newgate. 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 1 South St. 
Cargill, David, fisherman, 16 South St. 
Cargill, David, 19 West Newgate 
Cargill, David, 19 Ladybridge Street 
Cargill, Donald. 6 South Grimsby 
Cargill, Duncan, moulder, 25 High St. 
Cargill, George, 11 Convent Street 
Cargill, Harrv, 25 Seagate 
Cargill, Isaac", 3 Union Street East 
Cargill, Isaac, moulder. 6 South St 
Cargill, Isaac, fisherman, 6 Union St. E. 
Cargill, Isaac, fisherman, 21 \V. Newgate. 
Cargill, T fisherman, 20 Ladybridge St 
Cargill, J., fisherman, 23 Ladybridge St. 



120 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE NORTHERN 

Assurance Company Ltd. 



ESTABLISHED 1836. 



FIRE 

Burglary. 

Fidelity 
Guarantee. 

Plate Glass. 

Third Party. 

Drivers' Risks, 

Property 

Owners' 

Indemnity. 

Lift Accidents, 

Transit Risks, 




: \D tSTAB? ~^T I 8 36 \& y 

ISSIIFEANCECoMRiNY 

,-i:?- »U J MIT ED », 



-" I tfrUNOtE o 

y I ID COMMERCIAL STREET I 




LIFE 

Annuities. 

Personal 
Accident. 

Sickness and 
Accident. 

Workmen's 
Compensation 

Domestic 
Servants 

Motor Cars. 

Private Motor 
Cycles. 

Live Stock. 



Comprehensive "Household" Insurances: 

FIRE BURGLARY. ACCIDENTS TO SERVANTS. 



District Offices: Northern Assurance Buildings 

110 COMMERCIAL STREET, DUNDEE. 

Directors at Dundee : 

JAS. BARTV, Esq., LL.B. C. C. DUNCAN, E*q. 

J. ERNEST COX, Esq. ANDREW HENDRY, Esq. 

J. A. KYD, Esq. C. H. MARSHALL, Esq., S.S.C. 

Secretary— ROBERT BUTTER. 

Prospectuses and Proposal Forms may be liail on application from any of tlie 
Company's Agents. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



121 



Cargill, J. F., fisherman, 46 Ladybridge St. 
Cargill, James, labourer, 22 John Street 
Cargill, James, shunter, 6 South Street } 
Cargill, James, carter, 50 Howard Street. | 
Cargill, James S., fisherman, 20 Seagate ; 
Cargill, James, 69 Ladyloan. 
Cargill, James, labourer, 33 Park Street. 
Cargill, James, fisherman, 1 Marketgate. j 
Cargill, James, sen., fisherman, 15 Old j 

Shore Head 
Cargill, James, 20 Ladybridge Street 
Cargill, James, 33 Marketgate 
Cargill, James, 43 Ladyloan 
Cargill, James, moulder, 48 John Street 
Cargill, James, 6 Hope Street 
Cargill, James, 18 Seagaite 
Cargill, jas., fisherman, 23 Ladybridge bt j 
Cargill, Jas., fisherman, 15 Old Shore Hd. ' 
Cargill, John, It Howard Street 
Cargill, John, 53 West Grimsby 
Cargill, John, fisherman, 4 Union St. E. 
Cargill, 'John, tanner, 25 Glover Street. 
Caigill, John, fisherman, 7 Union St. E. 
Cargill, John, 21 Old Shore Head 
Cargill, John, 11 Wallace Street 
Cargill, John, 13 Stuart Street 
Cargill, John, jun., fisherman, 5 South St. 
Cargill, Jonathan, 6 Ponderlaw Lane. 
Cargill, "Joseph, 10 Union Street E. 
Cargill, Joseph, fisherman, 10 South St. 
Cargill, Joseph, fisherman, 8 W. Newgate 
Cargill, Norman, 11 Union St. East 
Cargill, Peter, labourer, 15 Culloden Rd. 
Cargill, Peter, 7 Wardmill Road 
Cargill, Peter, 10 West Newgate 
Cargill, R., 33 High Street 
Cargill, Robert, 12 High Street 
Cargill, Robert, labourer, 20 High St. 
Cargill, Robert, stower, 22 John Street. 
Cargill, Robert, fisherman. 19 Seagate. 
Cargill, Robert, fisherman, 27 Seagate. 
Cargill, Robert, sen., fisherman, 1 Old 

Shore Head. 
Cargill. Robert, 33 John Street 
Cargill, Robert, 16 High Street 
Cargill, Robert, carrier, 10£ Seagate 
Cargill, Robert, 52 High Street 
Cargill, Robt., factrv worker, 10 Guthrie 

Port 
Cargill, Thomas, carter, 65 Millgate Ln. 
Cargill, Thomas, 1 Union Street East 
Cargill, Thomas, joiner, 14 South Street. 
Cargill, Thomas, 14 West Newgate. 
Cargill, Thos., hammerman, 44 Ernest St. 
Cargill, Thos., fisherman, 26 Union St. E. 
Cargill, Thos., fisherman, 3 Marketgate. 
Cargill, Thos., fisherman, 13 Marketgate. 
Cargill, Thos., 39 John Street 
Cargill, Thos., 56 Marketgate 
Cargill, W., aaxdresser, 9 Cross Mill Wy. 
Cargill, W., fisherman, 6 Marketgate 
Cargill, W. D., 12 Marketgate. 
Cargill, William, 6 Ladybridge Street. 
Cargill, Wm., fisherman, 20 Seagate 
Cargill, Wm., 12 Ladybridge Street 
Cargill, Wm., 9 Russell Street 
Cargill, Wm., fisherman, 12 Seagate 
Careill. Wm., 19 Fisheracre 
Cargill, Wm., fisherman, 8 Union St. E. 
Cargill, Wm., 31 High Street 



Cargill, Caroline, spinster, 12 South St. 
Cargill, Helen, 28 Union Street E. 
Cargill, Isa., 32 Seagate 
Cargill, Isabella, grocer, 4 High St 
Cargill, Jane, spinster, 55£ Panmure St. 
Cargili, Lizzie, 23 Ladybridge Street. 
Carer;!!, Miss Eliz., 43 Marketgate 
Cargill, Misses Isabella C, Eliza, and 

Cecilia, 16 South Street. 
Cargill, Mrs, 17 Barngreen 
Cargill, Mrs, 25 Ladybridge Street 
Cargill, Mrs, 17 Ogilvy Place. 
Cargill, Mrs, widow, 35 East Mill Wy. 
Cargill, Mrs A., 55 High Street 
Cargill, Mrs Adam, 7 South Street 
Cargill, Mrs Betsv. 3 High Street 
Cargill, Mr^ Christina. 9 Rns^ie St 
Cargill, Mrs E., fisherwoman, 15 West 

Newgate. 
Cargill, Mrs Eliz., shopkeeper, 24 Union 

Street East 
Cargill. Mrs Helen, 24 Seagate 
Cargill, Mrs I., grocer, 4 High Street 
Cargill. Mrs Isabella C . 17 St Vigeans Rd 
Cargill, Mrs J., 60 Marketgate 
Cargill, Mrs J., widow, 18 Hillend Road. 
Cargill, Mrs Jane, 10j Seagate 
Cargill, Mrs Jane, 20 Ladybridge Street 
Cargill, Mrs Jessie, 34 Jamieson Street 
Cargill, Mrs Lizzie, widow, 21 South St. 
Cargill. Mrs Mary. 8 Russell Street 
Cargill, Mrs Mary, 36 Ladybridge Street 
Carlyle, J. A., lecturer, 2 Addison Place. 
Carnegie, Alex., gardener, Dainley. 
Carnegie, David. 53 High Street 
Carnegie, J., marine engineer, 14 Wal- 
lace Street. 
Carnegie, W., tobacconist, 6 N. Grimsby. 
Carnegie, Ann, housekeeper, 58 Cairnie St. 
Carnegie, Eliza, 11 Fisheracre 
Carnegie, Miss Eliz., 33 Leonard Street 
Carnegie, Miss M., millworker, 3 Lordburn, 
Carnegie, Mrs, 53 High Street 
Carnegie, Mrs A. Lindsay, Annesley. 
Carnegie, Mrs Helen, 21 Russel Street 
Carnegie, Mrs Isabella, 29 Fergus Sq 
Carnegie, Mrs Margt., 19 Guthrie Port 
Carnegie, Mrs R. A., 149 High Street 
Carnegie, Mrs Sarah, 28 Sidney Street 
Carnegie, Susan, housekeeper, Baldovan St. 
Carney, Harry, joiner, 21 Rossie Street. 
Carney, Jos. L., 1 Maule Street 
Carr, Alex., caretaker, 26 Hill Street 
Carr, Alexander, joiner, 42 Cairnie St. 
Carr, Christina, spinster, 1 George St. 
Carr, Mrs Mary, 7 Convent Street. 
Carrie, Alex., ironworker, 23 Carnegie St. 
Carrie, Alex. F. D._, 93 Keptie Street 
Carrie, Alex. W., painter, 74 Brechin Rd. 
Carrie, And. L., 3 Allan Street 
Carrie, Fred., 28 East Abbey Street 
Carrie, George, 27 Fergus Square. 
Carrie, Geo. S., 32 Brechin Road 
Carrie, Gilbert, fireman, 3 Garden St. 
Carrie, James, shoemaker, 9 Culloden Rd. 
Carrie, James, 80 Helen Street. 
Carrie, James. 7 Millgate Loan 
Carrie, John, 15 Marketgate 
Carrie, John, moulder, 8i Dishland St. 



122 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FOR LUNCH OR TEA 



Visitors will find the Service and the 
Cuisine all they could desire at the 



Central T)ming c l%poms 



MILLGATE, ARBROATH 



Ask U s f° r Quotations 
'Phone 183. 



NOTE. — We cater for Dances and 
Weddings, and have Special Facilities 
for carrying through the work with 
promptitude. 

D. M. BUCHANAN, Proprietor. 



The VICTORIA CAFE 

(NEXT RAILWAY LINE.) 

Millgate - Arbroath 

BREAKFASTS, FUNCHES, TEAS, &c, &c, 

MODERATE PRICES, SMART SERVICE, FINE CUISINE. 

Commodious Hall and Rooms for Social and Wedding Parties, Club 
and Society Meetings, Presentations, &c. 

SOIREES AND PICNICS PURVEYED FOR. 

Ladies' Room and all other suitable Accommodation. 

T). e^T. {Buchanan 

Telephone No. 183 PROPRIETOR 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



■n 



Carrie, John, vanman, 15 Abbot Street. 
Carrie, W., ship carpenter, 19 Brechin Rd 
Carrie, Wm., fireman, 35 West Grimsby. 
Carrie, Wm., engineer, 1 Cairnie Place 
Carrie, Wm., 23 bt Vigeans Road 
Carrie, Ann, 7 Guthrie Port 
Carrie, Helen & Martha, confectioners, 

223 High Street. 
Carrie, Mary G., boot machinist, 36 John 

Street 
Carrie, Miss Mary, 7 Elliot Street 
Carrie, Mrs, residenter, 15 Fergus Street 
Carrie, Mrs Esther, 26 Victoria Street. 
Carrie, Mrs J., 42 Howard Street 
Carrie, Mrs Jemima. 1 Hill Street 
Carriq, Mrs Jessie. 25 East Abbey St 
Carrie, Mrs Margt., 21 Hayswell Road 
Carver, Mrs Annie, 138 High Street 
Cassie, Mrs James C, 27 W. Mary St. 
Cathro, Mrs A., 45 Ladyloan 
Cavin, Wm., 23 Park Street 
Chalmers, A. B., electrical engineer, 60 

Fergus Souare 
Chalmers, A. N., engineer, 37 Ernest St 
Chalmers, Alex., vanman, 8 Abbot Street. 
Chalmers, John, flax inspector, 64 Loch- 
land Street 
Chalmers, W., pre. wks. mgr., 3 Gavfield 
Chalmers, W. S.. 55 Rossie Street 
Chalmers, Mrs Elizabeth. 33 Barngreen 
Chalmers, Mrs Mary, 16 St Mary Street. 
Chapel. Wm., solicitor, Caenlochan, Kep- 

tie Road 
Chapel, Misses F., J., and H., Salisbury PI 
Chapman, Allen, joiner, 31 Fergus Square. 
Chapman, John, mechanic, 15 Fergus Sq. 
Chapman, Stewart, carter, 43 Sidney St. 
Chapman, Anna S., widow, 23 Lordburn. 
Charity, Wm., 1 Academy Street 
Chatwin, Chas., teacher, 57 Brechin Rd. 
Chester, Robert, clerk, 3^ Fergus Street. 
Cheyne, Mrs Jessie, 6 W. Keptie Street. 
Chisholm, Alex., collector, 8 Stanley St. 
Chisholm, John B.. 78^ Keptie Street 
Chisholm, Miss J., dressmaker, 27 Green St. 
Chisholm, Mrs Helen, 7 Alexandra Place 
Christie, Alex., 8 Carnegie Street 
Christie, Alex.. 6 St Vigeans Road 
Christie, Alex., engineer, 74 Brechin Rd. 
Christie, Alex., 2^ Russell Street 
Christie, Chas., machineman, 25 Elliot St. 
Christie, George, 67 Lochland Street 
Christie, George, 20 St Vigeans Road 
Christie, Geo. M., 68 Cairnie Street 
Chrisde. James 5 Ernest Street 
Christie, James, janitor, 21 W. Keptie St 
Christie, James, 19 Lochland Street 
Christie, James, 63 St Mary Street 
Christie, Jas., moulder, 24 St Mary St. 
Christie. John S.. 248 High Street 
Christie, John Cathcart, electric engineer, 

9 Alexandra Place. 
Christie, John, tailor, 41 Hill Street. 
Christie, John, dealer, 2o Dickfield St. 
Christie, John, 15 Fergus Square 
Christie, Robert, 36 Fergus Square 
Christie, Robert, Newbigging 
Christie, Thomas C, 51 Panmure Street 



Christie, William, 27 Fergus Square 
Christie, Win., flaxdresser, 38 Howard St. 
Christie, Win., residenter, 38 Howard St. 
Christie, Eliz., spinster, 45 Millgate Ln. 
Christie, Jessie, widow, 31 Fisheracre. 
Christie, Miss Annie, confectioner, 34 

Lochland Street. 
Christie, Miss M. F., 30 Victoria Street 
Christie, Miss Mary, 61 Ladyloan 
Christie, Miss Mary, 56 Rossie Street 
Christie, Mrs, 21 Spink Street 
Christie, Mrs, 43 Rossie Street 
Christie, Mrs, 16 High Street 
Chrisfe, Mrs Elizabeth, 23 Lillies Wynd. 
Christie, Mrs Isabella, 24 Jamie son St 
Christie, Mrs Kate, 16 Millgate Loan 
Christie, Mrs Martha. 15 Kvd Street 
Christie, Mrs Mary K., 54 Fergus Sq. 
Christison, A. F., barman, 30 Kyd Street 
Chrisiison, Alex. F., 30 Kyd Street 
Christison, David, grocer, 22 W. Abbey St 
Christison, John, 26 Fergus Square. 
Christison, Robert, moulder, 18 Hill PL 
Christison, Robert A., 18 High Street 
Christison, Wm., 9 Bog Lane 
Christison, Mrs, 15 Sidney Street 
Christison, Mrs Gertrude M., 23 Ladyloan. 
Clark, Ale., insur. agent, 33 Ernest St. 
Clark, Alex., (ot South Grimsby. 
Clark, Alexander. 26 Leonard Street 
Clark, Benjamin, 5 Smithy Croft 
Clark, Charles, 55 Dishland Street 
Clark, David, fitter, 63 Sidney Street. 
Clark, George, 25 Panmure Street. 
Clark, George, 36 Ann Street 
Clark, George, 45 Tohn Street 
Clark. George S., 43 Helen Street 
Clark, Henry G.. 52 Helen Street 
Clark, J., 3 South Grimsbv 
Clark, J. R., wood mcht.', 16 Abbot St 
Clark, <L R. W., solicitor, Westbank, 

Millgate Loan 
Clark, James R., 8 Hope Street 
Clark, James Low 22 Glover Street 
Clark, John, hacklemaker, Baldovan St. 
Clark, John, 33 Fergus Square 
Clark, Rev. Alex., Abbey Manse, Seaton 

Road 
Clark, Thos., cycle agent, 78 St Vigeans Rd. 
Clark, Wm.. 12 Dishland Street 
Clark. Wm., 18 S'mithv Croft 
Clark. Annie, weaver, 19 Catherine St. 
Clark, Christina, 7 Osborne Terrace. 
Clark, Helen, 17 Catherine Street 
Clark, Miss M., weaver, 13 Hannah St. 
Clark, Misses, 19 Cairnie Street 
Clark, Mrs, residenter, 14 Bank Street. 
Clark, Mrs Agnes. 44 High Street 
Clark, Mrs C, seamstress, 94 Keptie St. 
Clark, Mrs D. R., 18 Howard Street 
Clark. Mrs Eliz., 14 West Grimsby 
Clark, Mrs Eliz., 1 Leonard Street 
Clark, Mrs Elspeth. 6 Hill Road 
Clark, Mrs J . millworker, 11 Millgate Ln. 
Clark, Mrs Jane, 14 Bank Street 
Clark, Mrs Jane, 55 West Grimsby 
Clements, Jas., chauffeur, Cairnie Road 
Clunie, James, 43 Elliot Street 



112 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



T. R. GRANT 

Registered Plumber and 
I Heating Engineer § 

BROTHOCK BRIDGE 

Arbroath I§ Telephone ioi* 



Grant & Laing 

Family Bread, Biscuit and Pastry Bakers 

HAVE A VARIED SELECTION OF PLAIN & 
FANCY TEA BREAD DAILY. 



Cakes of every description. 
Pies and Bridies. Tea Biscuits and Oatcakes. 

FAMED SHORTBREAD 

:: Sent to All Parts of the World. :: 



Brothock Bridge, Arbroath 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



125 



Clunie, Thomas, yardsman, 37 Elliot St. 
Cobb, AH'., postman, Toll House 
Cobb, E. F.. town chamberlain, Keptie Rd. 
Cobb, J. K., electrical engineer, 33 Jamie- 
son Street. 
Cobb, Annie, spinster, 3 West Grimsby. 
Cobb, Violet G., costumier, 3 W. Grimsby 
Cochrane, Thomas, 12 Kirk Square 
Collie, Mrs Elsa B., widow, 5 Gayfield 
Collie, Mrs Marion, 24 Barngreen. 
Collier, Chas., labourer, 24 Maule Street. 
Collins, Edward, 33 West Grimsby 
Colman, Thos., postmaster, 16 Hill Place 
Colman, Mrsi James, ?U Keptie S treet 
Colquhoun, John, 21 .vlillgate Loan _ 
Colston, A. A. L.. engineer, 25 Rossie St. 
Colville, Alex., ironturner, 37 W. Newgate. 
Colville, Bernard, labourer, 44 Howard St. 
Colville, J., coachman, 6 Gowan St. 
Colville, James H., 39 St Mary Street 
Colville, John, 10 Applegate 
Colville, S. B., plumber, 31£ Cairnie St. 
Colville, Mrs John, 49 Leonard Street 
Commerford, George, 37 Sidney Street 
Conacher. Robt., 22 Helen Street 
Conacher, Wm. D., 23 Ernest Street 
Connacher, Alex., 8 West Mill Wynd 
Connell, Alex., carter, 6 Duke Street 
Connell, Alexander, 11 Allan Street 
Connell, John, 5 Hill Road 
Connell, Thomas, carter, 7 Reform St. 
Connell, Thomas, plasterer, 33 Fisheracre 
Connor, Wm., gas stoker, 9j Applegate. 
Cook, Charles, labourer, 26 Howard St. 
Cook, David, 217 High Street 
Cook, David S., clerk, 5 Hill Road. 
Cook, James R., plumber, 36 Maule St. 
Cooper, Charles, 268 High Street 
Cooper, D., 43 Lochland Street 
Cooper, D., labourer, 43 Lochland Street. 
Cooper, David, tailor, 43 Lochland Drive. 
Cooper, George C, chemist, 49 Keptie St 
Cooper, James, moulder, 5 Union St. E. 
Cooper, Lawrence. 27 Dishland Street 
Cooper, R. J. 64 Cairnie Street 
Cooper, Wm., 19 St Vigeans Road 
Cooper, Elizabeth, 83 Lochland Street 
Cooper, Jane, shopkeeper, 22 St Vigeans Rd 
Cooper, Mrs Betsy, 33 Green Street 
Cooper, Mrs Eliz.. 100 Keptie Street 
Cooper. Mrs Jessie. 28 Guthrie Port 
Cope, W., St Olaf, Nolt Loan 
Copland, Mrs I. W.. 24 Sidney Street. 
Cormie, Daniel, 5 Barbers Croft 
Cornwall. Miss Mary, 25 West Keptie St 
Corsar, H. mnftr.. Cardean Rosebery PI 
Corsar, James, fitter, 47 Sidney Street 
Corsar, Wm. H., 121 High Street 
Corsar, Mrs Isabella, 49 Sidney Street 
Corstorphine, R. H., publisher, 39 West 

Keptie Street 
Corstorphine, Miss Margaret, L.R.A.M., 

18 Victoria Street. 
Cosans, Tohn. 29 Lordburn 
Cosans, Mrs A., 19 Kvd Street 
Cossans, Alex. S., 36 Cairnie Street 
Cossans, Alexander. 15 Millgate Loan 
Cossans, Alfred, labourer, 61 Sidney St. 



Cossans, Eliz., lo Leonard Street 
Cossins, J., tenter, 56 Howard Street 
Cothill, Miss Jane A., 32 Maule Street 
Coull, A., shoemaker, 27 Sidney St 
Coull, Chas., mason, 25£ W. Abbey Street 
Coull. John G., 34 Au^isdn Place 
Coull, Wm., painter, 62 Lochland Street 
Coull, Ann, servant, 15 W. Mill Wynd 
Coupar, John, 9 Sidney Street 
Coupar, M.rs Helen, 26 Jamieson Street 
Couper, Mrs M., spinner, 15 Sidney St. 
Coutts, A., moulder, 70 Howard Street 
Coutts, A., patternmaker, 4 Lochland St. 
Coutts, John, mill foreman, 70 Cairnie St. 
Coutts, John, jun., 259 High Street 
Coutts, Neil, 31£ St Mary Street. 
Coutts, Mrs, widow, 17 Dishland Street 
Coutts, Mrs A., 11 Fergus Square 
Coutts, Mrs John M., 3 Leonard Street. 
Cowan, W., ironmoulder, 62 St Vigeans Rd. 
Cowie, David, tobacconist, 25 John Street 
Cowie, James, cashier, 10 Bank Street 
Cowie, Jas. A., 191 Jtiigh Street 
Cowie, John, 98 Keptie Street 
Cowie. Wm., 19 Brechin Road 
Cowie, Mrs Ann, widow, 78 Brechin Rd. 
Cowieson, Robt., moulder, 19 Ogilvy PI. 
Cowieson, Miss K. F., 23 Victoria Street 
Cownie, John, patternmaker, 27 High St. 
Crabb, James, 13 John Street 
Crabb, Mrs, 20 Colvill Place 
Crabb, Miss Helen, 55 Helen Street. 
Crabbe, David, 15 Duke Street 
Crabbe, James, foreman turner, 11 Hays- 
well Road. 
Crabbe, Thos., shoemaker, 13 Elliot Street. 
Craig, Alexander, 40 Green Street 
Craig. Alexander, painter, 68 Howard St. 
Craig, Arthur, 34 Green Street. 
Craig, D. G., 13 Colvill Place 
Craig, David, lapper, 9 St Vigeans Road. 
Craig, Geo., vanman, 8 Howard Street 
Craig, Geo. H., 8 Howard Street 
Craig, J ames. 11 Park Street 
Craig, James, flaxdresser, 19 Fergus Sq. 
Craig, John, mill manager, Arrott Street 
Craig, W. B., barman, 4 Elliot Place 
Craig, William, labourer, 64 Howard St. 
Craig, Miss A. factory worker, 27 Fer- 
gus Street. 
Craig, Mrs, 23 James Street 
Craig. Mrs Helen, widow, 15 Culloden Rd. 
Craig Mrs J. A.. 149 tugh Street 
Craigie, Mrs Annie, 57 Lochland Street 
Craik, Wm., 7 Panmure Street 
Craik. Mrs Isabella, 207 High Street 
Cramond, Jas., moulder, 8 St Vigeans Rd. 
Cramond, John, plumber, 26 Howard St. 
Cramond. Miss H., millworker, 50 Brechin 

Road. 
Crammond, G. C, engineer, 181 High St. 
Crammond, Miss E., 33 St' Mary Street 
Crammond Mrs W.. 29 Glover Street 
O.inna. Wm., 24 Sidney Street 
Crawford, H. B., mechanic, Neville St. 
Crawford, Mrs J. B., 7 Rossie Street 
Crawford, Mrs Thos., 34 Ogilvy Place 
Crichton, John, mechanic, 120 High St. 



J26 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J J. B. MARTIN j 

) Tobacconist, Stationer &■ Newsagent j 

46 KEPTIE STREET, ARBROATH 

Opposite the Railvyay Station s 




■A. W. PORTEOUS 

at 162 High Street, ARBROATH 

Where only the Best is Sold of 

Cakes, Biscuits, & Confectionery 

Brown Bread. TEA ROOM. Vienna Bread. 



JAMES THORNTON I 

j JOINER, 

j 8 LOCHLAND ST„ ARBROATH 

) Estimates Given. Highest Satisfaction } 

Guaranteed in all Work undertaken. j 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



127 



Crichton, Robt., 47 Millgate Loan 
Crichton Win. E.. Mansfield, Brechin Rd. 
Crichton. Mrs I. Mansfield, Brechin Rd 
Croall, Charles, labourer, 16 Howard St. 
Croall. Chas. 25J, West Abbey Street ( 
Croall, David, sawyer, ^23 Ladyloan. 
Croall, George, ploughman, 45 Culloden Rd 
Croall Wm„ moulder, 20 W. Abbey Street 
Croall. Miss M., 55 Helen Street 
Croall, Mrs Margt., 2 Princes Street 
Crockart, Hamilton, 40 Barngreen 
Crockatt, C. S., residenter, 7 Addison PI. 
Crockatt, Wm. E., 69 Guthrie Port 
Crockatt, Christina, 29 Fisheracre 
Crockatt, Mrs M.. 31 West Mary Street 
Crofts, Miss Ann, 45 Lochland Drive. 
Crofts, Mrs Agnes, 42 Cairnie Street 
Cromarty, W. C, 29 High Street 
Cromarty, William, general dealer, 17 

Lillies Wynd. 
Crook, J. R., 93 Keptie Street 
Crook, James, Hayshead Road. 
Crook, John. 11 West Keptie Street 
Crook, William M., 7 Duke Street. 
Crosbie, D. L., cabinetmaker, 21 Green St. 
Crosbie, Mrs Jane, 21 Culloden Road 
Crowe, A., labourer. 41 Dishland Street. 
Crowe, Albert, 31 Abbot Street . 
Crowe, George, sailmaker, 5 Jamieson St. 
Crowe, George, engineer, 15 Palmer. S.t 
Crowe, Geo., hairdresser, 34 Elliot-. St. 
Crowe, J. C, postman, 54 St Vigeans Rd. 
Crowe, James, 23 Lordburn 
Crowe, James, 34 Helen Street 
Crowe, Robt., ironturner, 6 Russell St. 
Crowe, Thos., flaxdresser, 52 Marketgate. 
Crowe, W., hairdresser, 8 Keptie St. 
Crowe, Wm., Station Hotel, 38 Keptie St. 
Cruden, Geo. S., 4o Ladyloan 
Cruden, Gilbert, 15 Dishland Street 
Cruden, Tohn N., gardener. Viewfield 
Cruden, Peter L., 6 Nolt Loan Road. 
Cruickshank, D., storekeeper, 38 Ernest St. 
Cruickshank, Wm 29 Brechin Road 
Cruickshank, Jane S., Myrtle Cottage, 

Strachan Street 
Cruickshank Miss Ann. 51 Keptie St 
Cruickshank, Mrs, 49 Helen Street 
Cruickshanks, Geo., vanman, 22 Helen St. 
Cruickshanks, J., postman, 29 Lordburn 
Cruickshanks, Jas., labourer, 71 Ladyloan. 
Cruickshanks, Mrs Anne, 9 Garden Street 
Cruickshanks, Mrs M., 34 Fergus Square. 
Crystal. Wm., 10 West Abbey Street 
Culbert, John, 23 North Grimsby 
Cumming, F., dancing master, 3 Elliot St. 
Cumming, Francis, 33 Dishland Street 
Cumming, Margaret, 34 Helen Street 
Cumming. Mrs, Almonry House, Millgate 

Loan 
Cunningham, John, 4 Queen Street 
Curr, C. Bell, music teacher. 198 High St 
Cuthbert, Mrs, 44 Brechin Road 
Cuthbert, D., shoemaker, 52^ Millgate Ln 
Cuthbert, Mrs Temima. 50 Brechin Road. 
Cuthbert, Mrs Mary, 44 Marketgate. 
(""nt-wil Frank S.. 74 Rossie Street 
CuthiTl, George, baker. 45 Sidney Street. 



Cuthill, George, 32 Maule Street 
Cuthill, James, slater, 17 Lillies Wynd 
Cuthill, James, police constable, 59 Ros- 
sie Street 
Cuthill, James, 21 Rossie Street 
Cuthill, James F., postman, 11 Ann St. 
Cuthill, James, 6 Academy Street 
Cuthill, Jas. D., 57 Marketgate 
Cuthill, Joseph, 18 Smithy Croft 
Cuthill, Rev. J. Spence, 12 Hill Terrace. 
Cuthill, Robert, roadman, 21 Jamieson St. 
Cuthill, Robert, asst. foreman, 17 Brechin 

Road 
Cuthill, Robert, 49i Keptie Street 
Cuthill, Robt., blacksmith, 11 Fisheracre. 
Cuthill, Robt., labourer, 60 Guthrie Port 
Cuthill, Mrs Eliza, Oj Bank Street 
Cuthill, Mrs Jessie, 1 Gowan Street 
Cuthill, Mrs Jessie M., 50 Keptie Street 
Cuthill, Mrs Margaret. 78 Rossie Street 

Dakers, David, tailor, 35 Fergus Street. 
Dakers, William, 41 Millgate Loan 
Dalgarno, Mrs Alice, 3 Victoria Street 
Dalgetty, Robt., Eaxdresser, 24 Robert St. 
Dalgetty. Mrs Agnes, 3 Long Row. 
Dall, James, 15 West Mary Street 
Dall, James, 24 Wardmilf Road 
Dall, John Demondale 
Dall. William H., 13 Sidney Street. 
Dallas, Wm. H., baker, 23 Ernest Street. 
Dalton, Chas., 28 Ponderlaw St 
Dand. Mrs Johanna. 27 W. Mary St 
Dargie, David, moulder, 57 Kinnaird St. 
Dargie, William,^ 23 St Mary Street 
Dargie, Mrs, nurse, 37 Fergus Square 
Dargie. Mrs Eliz.. 31 Elliot Street 
Darroch, David, manager. 16 West Port 
Darroch, Robt., printer, 39 W. Newgate. 
David, Richard, cashier, 24 W. Keptie. St 
Davidson, And., 40 Green Street 
Davidson, Charles, 31 Howard Street 
Davidson, D., butcher, 48 E. Abbey Street 
Davidson, Dr Fergus M., 38 Hill St. 
Davidson, Geo., 43 Hannah Street 
Davidson, Geo., moulder. 67 Lochland Dr 
Davidson, George, 184 High Street. 
Davidson, J., tobacconist, 140 High Street 
Davidson, James, -10 Guthrie Port 
D^vid^on, James. 142i High Street 
Davidson, James, labourer, 72 Howard St. 
Davidson, James, mason, 10 Guthrie Port 
Davidson, John, journalist, 26 Culloden T. - 
Davidson, John, retired, 5 Colvill Place 
Davidson, Robt., coal agent. 9 Queen St. 
Davidson, W„ engineer. 18 Hayswell Rd. 
Davidson, Wm., Bell Rock Signal House 
Davidson, Wm., bleacher, 3 Reform St 
Davidson Wm., 15 St Vigeans Road 
Davidson Wm., 40 Ladvloan 
Davidson. Wm.." 17 East Abbey Street 
Davidson, Ann, spinster. 45 W. Abbey St. 
Davidson, Hannah, 27 Sidney Street. 
Davidson, Jane, 8 Stanley Street 
Davidson, Jean, weaver, 56 St Mary St. 
Davidson, Margaret, widow, 10 John St. 
Davidson, Mary, 6 James Street 
Davidson, Mrs, widow, 21 Lochland St. 



128 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



R. T. Butchart 




CABINETMAKER- 



UPHOLSTERER. 



NOTE NEW ADDRESS : 

25 James Street, Arbroath 

(Opposite " The Palace.") 



Telephone No. 3. 

Telegrams — Stewart, Butcher, Arbroath. 




George Stewart 

FAMILY BUTCHER AND GAME DEALER, 

173 High Street - Arbroath 



Mrs M, Scott 

HIGHCLASS CONFECTIONER, 

286 HIGH STREET - ARBROATH 

The Finest Confections from all the Best Makers kept in Stock. 

286 High Street - Opposite the Abbey 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



129 



Davidson, Mrs C, 43 Hannah Street 
Davidson, Mrs H., 27 Sidney Street 
Davidson, Mrs Lizzie, 12 West Mary Street 
Davidson, Mrs M., 10 West Keptie St 
Davidson, Mrs Margaret, 8 Rossie Street 
Davidson, Mrs Mary A., confectioner, 92 

Keptie. Street. 
Davie, Mrs Helen, 32 West Keptie St 
Dawson, Wm., labourer, 10 Union Street 
Deans, Jas., 7 Palmer Street 
D";ans, Lewis, ironruoulder, 12 Spink St. 
Dear, James mechanic, 10 Dishland St. 
Dear, vVm., engineer, 55 St Mary St. 
Debois, Robt., lapper, 40 St Vigeans Rd. 
Demarco, Felicio G., 12 West Tort 
Demarco. G., 100 Keptie Street 
Denholm, D., 76 St Vigeans Road 
Dennison, Wm., labourer, 3 Green Street. 
Denniston, David, 4 Rossie Street 
Deuchar, Alex., residenter, 45 Elliot St. 
Deuchars, David, carter, 14 Spink Street. 
Deuchars, Miss Betsy, 40 Cairnie St. 
Dewar, Geo. M., glazier, 12 W. Grimsby 
Dewar, J. A., solicitor, 13 Hill Terrace 
Dewar, Robert h ., 10 West Abbey Street 
Dewar, Dr W. J.. 13 Hill Terrace 
Dewars, James, 23 Bog Lane 
Dewars, Norman, 8 Smithy Croft 
Dick, J. B., licensed grocer, 44 Hamilton 

Green. 
Dick, John, carter, 19 Smithy Croft. 
Dick, John, grocer, 2 Abbey Path 
Dick, Thomas, clerk, 1 Dalhousie Place. 
Dick, Mrs G. D., 72 Brechin Road. 
Dickie, James C, labourer, 31 Ann St. 
Dickinson, Mrs L., 44 High Street 
Dickson, Geo., plumber, 18 Bridge St. 
Dickson, Geo., 7 Murray Place 
Dickson, Wm., 21 Ponderlaw Street. 
Dilly, James, newsagent, 3 Lordburn. 
Dill}-, Jas., moulder, 18 Ponderlaw Street 
Dilly. Stewart, janitor, 4 Stanley Street. 
Dillv, Thos., lorryman, 35 Ponderlaw St. 
Dilly, Maigaret, widow, 13 Palmer St. 
Dilly, Mrs, residenter, 24 Hamilton Grn. 
Dilly, Mrs, 28 Howard Street 
Dingwall, Chas. B., 56 High Street 
Dingwall, Betsy, widow, 3 Lordburn. 
Dinnie, D., vintner, 49 Leonard Street 
Dinnie, David, 44 Leonard Street 
Dobson, George, 27 Leonard Street. 
Docherty, Allan D., 56 Cairnie Street 
Doig, Alex. 3^ St Mary Street 
Doig, Alex., ironmoulder, 52 Brechin Rd. 
Doig, Arthur, 9 Sidney Street 
Doig, Arthur M.. Osborne Terrace 
Doig, David, 9 'Dishland Street 
Doig, David, engineer, 9 Duke Street 
Doig. Edward, 30 Hamilton Green 
Doig, Edward, 10 Barngreen 
Doig, George, 8 Brechin Road 
Doig, J. A., licensed grocer, 32 Ogilvy PI. 
Doig, Robert, 54 Ro>sie Street 
Doig, Robt., insur. agent, 25 W. Abbey St. 
Doig. W., mill-foreman, 22 Hannah St. 
Doig, Elizabeth. 68 Millgate Loan 
Doig, Mrs, 3i St Mary Street. 
Doig, Mrs Gordon, 68 Millgate Loan 
Doig, Mrs Lizzie, iO Elliot Street 



Doig, Mrs Mary, factory worker, 2 East 

Mill Wyncl. 
Don, James, blacksmith, 6 Union Street 
Don, Mrs, 53 West Grimsby 
Don, Mrs Susa^ 40 Glover Street 
Donald, A., sen., plasterer, 12 E. Mary St. 
Donald, A., blacksmith, 34 Hamilton Gn. 
Donald, David, 11 Glover Street 
Donald, David, carter, 4 Stanley Street. 
Donald, James, 17 Cairnie Street 
Donald, James, 20 Cairnie Street 
Donald, James, clerk, 181 High Street 
Donald, John, mechanic, 80 Brechin Road 
Donald, Wm., labourer, 70 Brechin Road 
Donald, Wm., vanman, 26 Jamieson St. 
Donald, Miss Eliz., 11 Kinnaird Street 
Donald, Mrs, 49 Ladyloan 
Donald, Mrs Eliz., 36 Millgate Loan 
Donald, Mrs Eliz., 30 Millgate Loan 
Donald, Mrs Jane E., widow, 2 Duke St. 
Donaldson, A., mill foreman, 49 Helen St. 
Donaldson, A. M'D., 29 Leonard St 
Donaldson. Alex., 3 Lillies Wynd 
Donaldson, Alex., labourer, 8 Hume St. 
Donaldson, Andrew, moulder, 13 Hannah 

Street 
Donaldson, Andrew, 38 St Vigeans Road 
Donaldson, David, 27 Palmer Street 
Donaldson^ David, railway servant, 20 St 

Vigeans Road. 
Donaldson, F., ironturner, 29 Lordburn. 
Donaldson, G., joiner, 44 St Vigeans Rd. 
Donaldson, Geo., tenter, 13 St Vigeans Rd. 
Donaldson, J., tailors cutter, 80 St Vigeans 

Road 
Donaldson, James, 30 Robert Street. 
Donaldson, John, jr., 3 Barbars Croft 
Donaldson, W.. shoemaker, 3 Ponderlaw St. 
Donaldson, Wm., 45 Sidney Street 
Donaldson. Wm., mill overseer, 41£ St 

Mary Street. 
Donaldson, Wm., draper, 19 Park Street. 
Donaldson, Wm., 10 Academy Street 
Donaldson, Wm., 20 Jamieson Street 
Donaldson, Mary, factory worker 60 Fer- 
gus Square. 
Donaldson, Miss B., dressmaker, 6 Bridge 

Street 
Donaldson, Miss G., 50 St Vigeans Road 
Donaldson, Miss Lily. 9 Jamieson Street 
Donaldson, Miss M., 9 Jamieson Street 
Donaldson, Miss Margaret, 27 Kinnaird 

Street 
Donaldson, Miss W., 80> St Vigeans Road 
Donaldson, Mrs T., 21 E. Mill Wynd. 
Dorward, C. M., tea merchant, 234 High St. 
Dorward, David, 42 Helen Street. 
Dorward, James, vanman, 5 West Mary St. 
Dorward, John, scavenger, 27 Fergus Sq. 
Dorward, John G., retired shipmaster, 28 

Hillend Road. 
Dorward. John, 7 Smithy Croft 
Dorward, W., signalman, 15 St Vigeans Rd. 
Dorward, Margaret, greengrocer, 87 Kep- 
tie Street. 
Dorwardj Miss Jane Ann, 31 Victoria St. 
Dorward, Miss Laura, 2 St Vigeans Road 
Dorward, Miss M-, 87 Keptie Street 



130 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




At 19 Guthrie Port, Arbroath, 

You will find everything in the Crockery Line that the Housewife 
requires AT KEENEST PRICES compatible with Good Value. 
You should do your Shopping here. In Town and Country I call 
regularly for any waste that you may wish to dispose of. Goods 
may be had in Exchange, or Cash if desired. My Selection of 
TOYS is well worth vour attention. 



JAS. SWORD, China Merchant 

GUTHRIE PORT, ARBROATH. 



STEVEHSONS 

LAUNDERERS, 

Artist Dyers and Dry Cleaners, 

DUNDEE. 



Arbroath Office BROTHOCK BRIDGE. 

CARNOUSTIE AGENTS— 
Misses E. S M. G AH DYNE, High Street 
Miss E. B. CROWE, 37 High Street. 
Send PC. for Van to Call. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



181 



Dorward, Mrs, 12 Chalmers Street. 
Dorward, .\Ir> Edward, to Cairnie Street 
Dorward. Mrs Helen, 31 Gowan Street 
Dorward, Mrs I. R. W., widow, 11 Loch- 

lani Street. 
Dorward, Mrs J., newsagent, 44 Loch- 
lac d Street. 
Dorward, Mrs Margaret, 11 Ladyloan 
Dougal, Margaret, 77 Ladyloan 
Dougall, Y\ ., leather cutter, 181 High St. 
Dougall, Win., caretaker. 79 High Street 
V. uglas, H. H.. 5 Smithy Croft 
Douglas, J. L., clerk, 37 Lordburn 
Douglas. \V. A., manufacturer, 15 Dal- 

- housie Place. 
Douglas, Win., 36 Green Street 
Douglas, \Ym., printer, 48 E. Abbey St. 
Douglas. Mrs M., 10 Hayswell Road 
Dowall. David, tailor, 11 Glover Street. 
Dowell, Mrs Ann, 9 Colvill Place 
Dowie, Geo., rlyman., 19 West Newgate 
Downie, J., tailor, 70 St Vigeans Road 
Downie, Jas., 26 Lillics Wynd 
Downing, Fred.. 3/ Leonard Street 
Doyle, Arthur, 17 Ladybridge Street 
Doyle, James, 50 Helen Street. 
Doyle, John P., moulder, 24 Gowan St. 
Doyle, Wui., 39 Green Street 
Dovle. Mrs, 5 Lordburn 
Doyle, Mrs Alex., 24 Fergus Street 
Dovle. Mrs Ann. 5 Panmure Street 
Dovle, Mrs Isabella, 17 Ladvbridge St 
Drever, J. F.. 14 Elliot Street 
Drummond, \Ym., grocer, 47 High Street 
Drummond, Mrs, 14 Ponderlaw Lane 
Drummond. Mrs A., newsagent, 49i Mill- 
gate Loan. 
Drury. David, shoemaker, 21 W. Abbey St. 
Dryburgh. James, 16 Brechin Road 
Drysdale, David, rector, Maulesbank, 

Maule Street 
Ducat, Alex., ironturner, 14 Church St. 
Ducat, James, baker, 18 St Vigeans Road 
Ducat. Miss Ann. 3 Russell Street 
Duff. James. 16 Ann Street 
Dutf, Thomas, baker, 1 Church Street. 
Duguid, Alfred, 15 Hays Lane 
Duirs. Mrs Jessie, 44 Marketgate 
Duke, Alex. B., 34 Leonard 
Duke, David, 20 Leonard Street 
Duke, Mrs Margaret, View-field 
Dunbar. David 4 9 Convent Street 
Dunbar, Edward R.. contractor, 5 Stuart 

Street 
Duncan, A., 21 Leonard Street 
Duncan. Alex. G.. 30 East Abbey Street 
Duncan. Alfonso, 28 Robert Street. 
Duncan. Alonza, 10 Cross .Mill Wynd 
Duncan, Chas., 7 Hannah Street 
Duncan, David, 9 Culloden Road 
Duncan. Edward, grocer, 42 Cairnie St. 
Duncan. Henry, 29 Guthrie Port 
Duncan, Howat, chemist. 6 Kirk Square 
Duncan T. C clerk. 9 Carnegie Street. 
Duncan, J. M., warehouseman, 26 Howard 

Street. 
Duncan. James,, fireman. 6 James Street. 
Duncan, fames, grocery manager, 45 East 
Abbev Street. 



Duncan, James, Sheriff Clerk Depute, 7 

\ 'iewtield Road 
Duncan. James, town's officer, 32 Millgate 
Duncan, James, 17 W. Abbey Street 
Duncan, James, 11 Laelybriclge Street 
Duncan, James, 16 Smithy Croft 
Duncan, James, b nigh Street 
Duncan James, lij Millgate 
Duncan, John, 6 Dishland Street 
Duncan, John. 41 Lochlanils Drive 
Duncan, Joseph, a Carnegie Street 
Duncan, Robert, 3 Abbot Street 
Duncan, William, 22 Hillend Road 
Duncan, Wm., 12 South Grimsby 
Duncan, Wm., 16 Smithy Croft 
Duncan, Elizabeth, 7 Carnegie Street 
Duncan, Mary, clerk, 68 Rossie Street 
Duncan, Miss, 4 Brothock Bridge 
Duncan, Miss Elizabeth, 7 Carnegie St 
Duncan, Miss Isabella, 49 Wallace St. 
Duncai, Miss j. A, weiver, 2 W. Kept:-. 

Street. 
Duncan, .Miss Jeanie A., Ladybridge St, 
Duncan, .Miss Nellie. 10 Palmer Street 
Duncan, Mrs, 19 Palmer Street 
Duncan, Mrs A. B., 40 Cairnie Street 
Duncan, Mrs Ann. 21 Victoria Street 
Duncan, Mrs D. B. 34 Sidney Street. 
Duncan. Mrs H. R., Strachan Street 
Duncan, Mrs Jane. 34 West Newgate 
Duncan, Mrs Jessie, 9 Abbot Street. 
Duncan, Mrs 51., Luton Lodge, Keptie Rd 
Duncan. Mrs. M. A.. / Hannah Street 
Duncan. Mrs Mary. 68 Rossie Street 
Duncan, Mrs Mary, 16 Panmure Street 
Duncan. Mrs Mary. 57 Wallace Street. 
Dundas, A. M., draper. 12 Princes St. 
Dundas, G. X., manufacturer. Royston, 
Dundas. J. D.. draper. 4 Hillend Road. 
Dundas, Mrs D., Rovstou, Keptie Road 
Dundas, Mrs David, 19 Elliot Street. 
Dundas. Mrs Wm.. 1 Kinnaird Street 
Dunlop. Mrs. confectioner, 9 Addison PI. 
Duthie, Isaac, painter, 25 Kyd Street. 

Easson, A., 19 North Grimsby 
Easson, Alf. B., 37 Lordburn 
Easson, Jas., labourer, 24 E. Mill Wynd 
Easson, Robert. 27 Leonard Street. 
Easton. F. K. monimental sculptor, 4 El- 
liot Street. 
Eaton, Charles, labourer. 20 Seagate. 
Eaton, James, labourer, 48 High Street. 
Eaton, Robert, 18 High Street 
Eaten, Robert. 1 South Street 
Eaton, Wm., fisherman, 23 Union St. E. 
Eaton, Miss Mary A., 32-34 Applegate. 
Eddie Alexander, Cairnie Road 
Eddie, John R.. 105 High Street 
Eddie, Robert B., jeweller, 55 Brechin Rd 
Edgar, N.. salmonfisher, 22 Applegate. 
Edgar, Miss M. G. 5 Alexandra Place 
Edmond, James, guard. 62 Howard St. 
Edmonds, W. A . 42 Keptie Street 
Edmonds, Mrs M. A.. 28 St Vigeans Rd 
Edward. A.. 2 High Street 
Edward. Adam, 2d Elliot Street 
Edward. Alex. :>.. 6 Havswell Road 
Edward Alex., 7 Russell" Street 



132 



YEAR BOt>K ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WHEN IN NEED OF 

RELIABLE FOOTWEAR 

INSPECT THE STOCK OF 

MACLAREN BROTHERS 

29-COMMERCE STREET-29 

ARBROATH. 



Famed for almost Half=a=Century for Footwear of the Highest 
Quality and Style. 



Smart Garments 

for the Children 
and their Elders. 



All the year round we have a 
large stock of well-made Gar- 
ments which we sell at very 
reasonable Prices. Make your 
purchases from the Stock of M. 
ANDERSON— Dependable Dra- 
pery Goods, Fresh Stocks of 
Groceries, High-Class Confec- 
tionery. 



M. Anderson 

Merchant, 

CORNER OF HELEN STREET 
& LOCHLAND ST.. Arbroath. 




LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



133 



Edward, Alfred, cabinetmaker, 2 Hill PI 
Edward, G. R., drill instructor, 13 W. 

Mary Street. 
Edward, Henry, baker, 42 Ladyloan 
Edward, R., labourer, 46£ Cairnie Street. 
Edward, William L., marine engineer, 

43 Cairnie street. 
Edward, Wm., salesman, 68 St Vigeans Rd. 
Edward, Betsy, widow, 17 Hay's Lane 
Edward, Mrs Jane, 40 Green Street 
Edwards James, 12 Brothock Bridge 
Edwards, James S., commercial traveller, 

3 Dalhousie Place. 
Edwards, Peter, 38 Kinnaird Street 
Edwards, Isabella, weaver, 15 Duke St. 
Edwards, Miss Agnes, 19 Ponderlaw 
Edwards, Mrs G., spinner, 4 Brechin Rd. 
Edwards, Mrs Margaret, 59 Culloden Kd 
Elder, Peter, ltd. teacher, Salisbury PI 
Ellis, Andrew A., clerk, 72 Rossie St. 
EUis, James, Rosebery Place 
Ellis, R., residenter, 6 Rosemount Road. 
Ellis, Miss Flora. 12 Kirk Square 
Ellis, Mrs Isabella, 146 High Street 
Elmslie, R., plumber, 47 Brechin Road 
Elmslie, Catherine, 51 Barngreen 
Elrick, James, painter, 4 Maule Street. 
Ennett, William, tenter. 42 Cairnie St 
Esplin, Allan, machineman, 23 Jamieson St. 
Esplin, David, 26 Fergus Square 
Esplin, Geo., grocer's assistant, 6 Ann St. 
Esplin, Geo., 36 John Street 
Esplin, James, 58 Brechin Road. 
Esplin, James B., 47£ Biillgate Loan 
Esplin, John, 50 Kinnaird Street 
Esplin, T., railway porter, 29 Kinnaird St 
Esplin, Win., plater's help, 28 Barngreen 
Esplin, Miss, 269 High Street 
Esplin, Bliss, 20 Park Street 
Esplin, Bliss Grace, 269 High Street 
Esplin, Mrs I., 42 Glover Street 
Ewing, Arch. 22 Culloden Terrace 
Ewing, W. H. R., shipmaster, Ardmore, 

Keptie Road 
Ewing, Misses, Strachan Street 

Fahen, Mrs Margaret, 17 Dishland St 
Fairlie, David, foreman, 146 High St 
Fairweather. A. D., boot mftv., Craigard 
Fairweather, Alex.. 29 Fergus Square 
Fairweather, Alf., flaxdresser, 10 James St. 
Fairweather, Angus, boot mftr., 14 Hill- 
end Road 
Fairweather, Arthur S., boot manufactr., 

Kinloch Terrace 
Fairweather, Charles. 32 Leonard Street 
Fairweather, D., lapper, 13 St Vigeans Rd. 
Fairweather, D., engineer, 6 Green St 
Fairweather, David, stoker, 29 Abbot St. 
Fairweather, George, 40 Fergus Square 
Fairweather, J., mill foreman, 25 Park St. 
Fairweather, J., machineman, 51 Barn- 
green. 
Fairweather, J., Signal Tower 
Fairweather, James, Wardmill Road 
Fairweather, James T., 26 Kyd Street 
Fairweather, John, 16 John Street 
Fairweather, John, 15 West Grimsby 
Fairweather, John, 4 Fergus Square 



Fairweather, John, 25 Park Street 
Fairweather, R., barman, 27 Culloden Rd. 
Fairweather, Jessie M., 23 Panmure St 
Fairweather, Margaret, widow, 28 Hays- 
well Road. 
Fairweather, Bliss A. L., 32 Victoria St 
Fairweather, Bliss A., millworker, 11 Con- 
vent Street. 
Fairweather, Mrs Annie, 5 Hill Terrace. 
Fairweather, BIrs D. W., Craigard 
Fairweather, -Mrs J. G., 116 High Street 
Fairweather, BIrs Jane, 15 W. Grimsby 
Fairweather, BIrs M., 53 Kinnaird Street 
Fairweather, BIrs Blary, 21 Lordburn 
Falconer, A., flaxdresser, 11 Lillies Wy. 
Falconer, Allan, 70 Helen Street 
Falconer, James, seaman, 3 W. Mary St. 
Falconer, James D. B., 58i Helen St 
Falconer, James, ob Blillgate Loan 
Falconer, James, 28 Cairnie Street 
Falconer, John, 8 Shore 
Falconer, Joseph, railway foreman, 14 

Catherine Street. 
Falconer, Agnes, factory worker, 39 W. 

Newgate. 
Falconer, Mrs A. t 24 Gowan Street. 
Falconer, Mrs M., widow, 2 Ann St. 
Falconer, Mrs M. J., factory worker, 18 

Brechin Road 
Fallon, James, labourer, 11 Convent St. 
Farquhar, G. goods agent, 49 Dishland St. 
Farquhar, H., slater, 15 Ogilvy Place 
Farquhar, Rowland C, joiner, 4 Hill PI. 
Farquhar, William, painter, 31 Hannah St. 
Farquhar, Wm., fitter, 69 Sidney Street. 
Farquhar, Bliss Annie B., 40 Addison PI. 
Farquhar, Mrs A., 9 Millgate Loan. 
Farquhar, Mrs May Cameron, 5 Rossie St. 
Farquharson, A., 65 Abbey Green 
Farquharson, J., tinsmith, 17 Fergus Sq. 
Farquharson, BIrs .i. E., 40 Green St 
Farrar, Dr, Willoughby House, Helen St 
Fenton, James, 33 West Mary Street 
Fenton, Peter, 45 Hannah Street 
Fenton, Peter, flaxdresser, 5 Union St. W. 
Fenton, Walter, to Barngreen 
Ferguson, H. P. G., 148 High Street 
Ferguson, J., insur. agent, 55 Kinnaird St. 
Ferguson James, f- rniture dealer, 1 Ap- 

plegate 
Ferguson, Jas., waterman, 18 Abbot St. 
Ferguson, Peter, 10 Bank Street 
Ferguson, Barbara, spinster, 49 Barngreen 
Ferguson, Misses, 24 Nolt Loan Road 
Fernie, Stephen B.. 53 High Street 
Ferrier, A., stationer, 182 High Street 
Ferrier, Alex. T., 17 St Vigeans Road 
Ferrier, Francis, mechanic, 35 Fergus Sq. 
Ferrier, Gordon, mechanic, 47j Ladyloan. 
Ferrier, J., insur. col., 41 Ernest Street 
Ferrier, James, 11 Convent Street 
Ferrier, BL, millworker, 45 Lochland St 
Ferrier, Wallace, labourer, 93 Leonard St 
Ferrier, Bliss Helen, 34 Helen Street 
Ferrier, Blisses, 41 Jamieson Street 
Ferrier, BIrs, 34 Helen Street 
Ferrier, BIrs Isabella, 11 Colvill Place 
Ferrier, BIrs Mary, 2 Dalhousie Place. 
Ferries, Chas., labourer, 10 W. Mary St. 



134 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Chas. Moonlight, 

LADIES' AND GENT'S TAILOR 
:: AND PRACTICAL FURRIER :: 

All Branches of the Fur Trade Undertaken 
From the Curing to the Finished Article. 

CLEANING AND DRESSING 

7 BROTHOCK BRIDGE, ARBROATH 

ASPHALTE WORK 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



BRIGGS' READY ROOFINGS 

ARE SUITABLE FOR ALL CLASSES OF BUILDINGS AND EVERY 
TYPE OF ROOF. SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES. 



Prompt Attention to all Orders and Enquiries. 



William Briggs £r Sons, Ltd 

5 COWGATE, DUNDEE. 



A. G. PETRIE. 

BLACKSMITH, 

GRAVES END, ARBROATH. 

.*- 

Bassinette and Mail Cart Tyres Supplied. 

Weighing Machines Adjusted. 

Ornamental Railings and Gates Supplied. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



135 



Fettes. Eliz., residenter, 30 Millgate Ln. 
Pettes, Isabel, 7 Guthrie Hill 
Fcttes, Mrs Agnes, 53 Green Street 
Fettes, Mrs J.. 48 Howard Street 
Fiddes, Mrs Isabella, 40 Barngreen. 

=, Mr- Lizzie, ol Barngr^en 
tile. Miss Jane, Bridge Street 
Fincham, Arthur, 27 Sidney Street 
Findlay, Alex.. 18 Fergu;. Square 
Findlav, Alex., engineer. 38 Lcchland St. 
Findla'v, D.. 25 Rossi.: Street 
Findlav. D. G.. 21 Bank S.reet 
Findlav, David, l§i Victoria Street 
I inellav, David, lod Hisn Street 
Findlay, George, 14 Cross Mill Wynd 
Findlav, George, 53 Wallace Street 
Findlay, J. E.. retired joiner, 5 Hannah St 
Findlay, James, 6 Dishland Street 
Findlav, Jane, residenter. 76 St Viareans 

Road 
Findlay. Maggie. 19 Queen Street 
Findlay. Mrs Emma. Strachan Street 
Finlay, Miss Mary. Cairnie Road 
Finlayson. A. R., clerk. 4 Alexandra PI. 
Finlayson, R . town clerk, v Dalhousie PI 
Finlavson T.. 19 Bank Street 
Finlayson. Mrs E., 20 Dishland Street 
Finlayson. Miss, Francisca. 32 Sidney St. 
Finlayson. Miss Marv A.. 15 Rossie St. 
Fisher. John. 38 Dishland Street 
Fitchet, Alex., baker, 53 Sidnev Street. 
F : tchet. Alex.. 9 Guthrie Hill" 
Fitchet. Mrs Maggie. 18 OgilvL- Place 
Fitzcharles, Euphemia, 2 W, Keptie St. 
Fitzcharles, Mrs, 35 Lindsay St 
Fitzpatrick, J., vintner. 19-21 Marketgate 
Fleetwood. H 20 E. Abbey Street 
Fleming. A. A., journalist, 36 Glover St. 
Fleming, Alex., compositor, 10 Stanley St 
Fleming. D. S., flaxdresser, Demondale. 
Fleming, Geo., clerk. 8 Carnegie Street 
Fleming. George. 10 East Xewgate 
Fleming. Henry, lorryman, 32 Helen St. 
Fleming. J. YV.. 08 St Marv Street 
Fleming. James. 3 Bakers Wvnd 
Fleming. Betsv S.. widow. 3 Walker PI 
Fleming. Mrs Eeatrice. 22 Hannah Street 
Fleming, Mrs E.. 38 Helen Street 
Fleming, Miss Eliz.. 38 W. Xewgate 
Fleming. Mrs Helen, 25 Palmer Street. 
Fletcher, Miss Caroline, 3 Elliot Place 
Flight. G.. factory" worker, 40 Kinnaird St. 
Florence. Alex., mechanic. 54 Brechin Rd 
Flynn, J., French polisher. 9 Anderson St 
Foley. James. 12 Bakers Wvnd 
Forbes, A. C. 7 Stuart Street 
Forbes. Alex., flaxdresser, 11 Park St. 
For-es. Arthur. 6 East Xewgate 
Forbes. Arthur, baker. 20 Helen Street 
Forbes. Arthur. 38 Helen Street 
Forbes, David, 13 East Mill Wvnd 
Forbes. David. 47 Green Sf 1 
Forbes. David P.. labourer. 55 Green St 
Forbes, Duncan. 9 Fergus Street. • 
Forbes, Fraser. 9 Stuart Street 
Forbes. Geo., iron-grinder, 71 Milleate 
Forbes. J., cattle dealer, 16 St Vigeans Rd. 
Forbes. Tames, shoemaker. 2 Abbot Street. 



Forbes. James, farmer, Cairnie 

Forbes, John, mechanic. 46 Fergus Square. 

Forbes. Robert, 17 Glover Street. 

Forbes, Wiliam, shoemaker, 1 Maule St. 

Forbes, Wm., traveller, 48g Cairnie St. 

Forbes, Wm., labourer, lj Fergus St. 

Forbes, Margaret, factory worker, 190 

High Street. 
Forbes, Mary, spinier, 26 Gowan Street. 
Forbes, Miss A.. -*y Barngreen 
Forbes, Mrs. 4 Brechin Road 
Forbes, Mrs I residenter. 40 Millgate Ln. 
Forbes, Mrs J., 27 Commerce Street 
Forbes, Mrs Susan J., Strachan Street. 
Ford. A. J.. 63 St Mary Street 
Ford. Charles, 7 St Vigeans Road 
Ford Frnest P., li Wallace Street 
Ford. G., case hardener, 59 Kinnaird St. 
Ford, G. K.. 27 Spink Street 
Ford. Geo.. 59 Kinnaird Street 
Ford. Robt.. flaxdresser, 2 Hannah Street. 
Ford. \\ .. marine engineer. 35 Victoria St 
Ford, Wm., stonebreaker, 64 Marketgate. 
Ford. Miss A. J., 2 W. Keptie Street 
Foreman, Miss Jessie, 163 High Street 
Foreman. Mrs Margaret, as Dishland St 
Forrest. Tohn, labourer, 16 Milleate Ln. 
Forrest. Miss. 94 Keptie Street 
Forrester, A.. 3 Sidney Street 
Forrester, Mrs Margaret, 23 Dalhousie Pi. 
Forsyth, A., sailmaker, 13 Culloden Rd 
Forsyth Alex., fireman, 10 Hannah St. 
Forsyth. David H.. moulder, 33 Sidnev St. 
Forsyth, Ed.. 29 Bank Street 
Forsyth. Graham, moulder, 26 Leonard St. 
Forsyth, John, 19 Jamieson Street 
Forsyth. John, moulder, 28 Cairnie St 
For^vdi. John. 70 Marketgate 
Forsyth. R barman, 21 West Marv St. 
Forsyth. Isabella, dressmaker, 47 Ros'sie St. 
Forsvth Mrs E.. widow. 75 Mill-**- Ln. 
Foster, George, labourer. 41 Kinnaird St 
Foster. William, tanner, 41 Ernest Street 
Foulis, Alex., sen., joiner, 13 Lochland St. 
Foulis, David, 7 St Vigeans Road. 
Fowler. W. A. 2i Lnion Mreet E. 
Fowler. Mrs Jeannie, 21 Lochlands St 
Fowler. Mrs Margaret. 57 Dishland St 
Fox, William, mechanic, 37 Fergus Street. 
Fox William. 7 Elliot Street 
Fox. Mrs Mary, 9 Leonard Street. 
Francis. George A., farmer, W. Seaton. 
Fraser. Dr Thos., 4 Springfield Terrace 
Fraser, Forbes, 9 Stuart Street 
Fraser. G., retired, 4 Hayswell Road 
Fraser, Gordon S.. engineer, Anneslev Dr. 
Fraser, Henrv. engineer, Lochton. Keptie 

Road 
Fraser, James, 77 Lochlands Street 
Fraser. John, engineer, Monkbarns 
Fraser. Joseph, engineer. 11 Brothock Br 
Fraser. X., manufacturer, 3D Ogilvv PI. 
Fraser, Robt.. manufacturer. Cairnie? Hill 
Fraser. William, mechanic. 10 Stanler St. 
Fraser. Wm., 28 Sidney Street 
Fraser. Wm.. foreman. 65 Leonard St. 
Fraser, Wm., plumber. 1 Gayfield. 
Fraser. Isabella, 7 Elliot Street 
Fraser. Jane Ann. 9 Havswell Road 



136 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

MRS J. H. BROWN, 

FAMILY GROCER, TEA, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, 

BROTHOCK BRIDGE, ARBROATH. 



Finest Blends of Teas. Wines and Spirits. Malt Liquors. 

Groceries and Provisions Always Fresh. 

Make a Habit of Coming to 
Knight's for Bread. 




All KNIGHT'S SPECIALTIES are made from the 
Finest Ingredients and represent the Best Value 
in the Bakery Trade. Knight caters for Picnics, 
Socials, and Wedding Parties at Charges which 
are most reasonable. 

ROBERT KNIGHT, Jr. 

BAKER AND PASTRY COOK, 

KEPTIE STREET - ARBROATH 



DAVID MACKAY & CO 

FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS, 

39| WEST GRIMSBY - ARBROATH 



Every Requisite. Night Attendance. 

Charges Strictly Moderate. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



137 



Fraser, Mrs Annie, 248 High Street. 
Fraser, Mrs I . C, 38 Lochlands Street 
Fraser, Mrs Margaret, 21 Guthrie Port 
Frazer, Mrs J. B., 11 Dalhousie Place 
Fridge, Mrs E., widow, 36 Gowan St. 
Frith, Thomas, 33 Rossie Street 
Froud, Mrs Mary, 28 Sidney Street 
Fullarton, Mrs J., 23 Kinnaird Street 
Fulton, Annie L., 150 High Street. 
Fyall, Alex., 13 Ernest Street 
Fyall, George. 11 Marketgate 
Fyall, John, moulder, 57 Sidney Street. 
Fyfe. D., 10 Abbey Street 
Fyfe, James, 8 Hillend Road 
Fvfe, fames Thomson, 41 Ladyloan 
Fyfe, Jas. M., mechanic. 42-L K. Abbey St. 
Fyfe, John, shoemaker, 13 Guthrie Port. 
Fyfe, Robert, leather cutter, 19 John St. 
Fyfe, \v .uiam, 15 Millgate 
Fyfe, Christina, 15-J,- West Port 
Fyfe, Georgina, 62 St Mary Street 
Fyfe. Jemima, 29 Lindsay Street 
Fvffe, Miss Susan, 2bj Keptie Street 
Fyfe, Mrs C, milliner, 15i West Port. 
Fyfe, Mrs Helen, 4 Lochland Street. 
Fyfe, Mrs Julia. 18 Addison Place 
F\-fe, Mrs Margaret, 50 Addison Place 

Gair, Mrs Ann t 57 Kinnaird Street 

Galbraith, S, 1 Church Street 

Gall, Alex., 10 Anderson Street 

Gall, Lawrence, 41 Lochland St 

Gall, Wm. G., draughtsman, 3 Colvill PI. 

Gall, Mrs A., licensed grocer, 3 Culloden 

Road. 
Galloway, Mrs Ann T., 11 Culloden Rd 
Gait, John, 12 St Mary Street 
Garden, John R.,. 53 St Mary Street 
Gardiner, Alex., 17 John Street 
Gardiner, Annie, cook, 23^ Rossie Street 
Gardner, William B., inspector of poor, 

24 Elliot Street 
Gardyne, W., patternmaker, 11 Cairnie St 
Gardyne, Miss Barbara. 17 St Mary St. 
Gardyne, Mrs Ann, 56 St Vigeans Road. 
Garlick. Miss, 37 Green Street 
Garvie, John, tailor, 23 Fergus Square 
Garvie, Jessie, widow, 59 Hannah St 
Gauldie, Alex., 7 Wardmill Road 
Gauldie, D. C, ropespinner, 45 Dishland 

Street. 
Gauldie, Geo., 7 Guthrie Hill 
Gauldie, J., ropespinner, 47^ Dishland St. 
Gauldie, W. H., ins. agt., 19 W. Abbey St 
Gauldie, Miss, 62 Helen Street 
Gavin, H., grocerv manager, 4 Russell St. 
Gavin, Hugh, architect, 42 Hill Street. 
Geddes, Alex., foreman, Rosefield 
Geddes. Alex.. 18 K.yd Street 
Geddes, N. L.. jeweller, Hayshead Road 
Geddes. Mrs M. B, 7 Hill Terrace 
Geekie, David, postman, 37 Elliot Street 
Geekie. Miss A. 64 Keptie Street 
Geekie, Miss Maggie, 4 Hill Terrace. 
Geekie. Mrs E., 21 Guthrie Port. 
Gentles, A., warehouseman, 33 Howard St 
Gentles, Daniel, 25 Bog Lane 
Gentles, Tames', moulder, 9 Cross Mill Wy 
Gentles, Jas., labourer. 27 W. Mill Wynd. 



Gentles, Walter, 25 Dishland Street 
George, James, 13 Shore 
Gerrard. George, fiaxdresser, 3 Leonard St. 
Gerrard. James. 11 Dishland Street 
Gerrard, W., mechanic, 51 Ladyloan 
Gerrard, William, machine foreman, 10 

West Keptie Street. 
Gerrard, Isabella R.. 48 Ladyloan 
Gerrard, Mrs Mary, 27 Smithy Croft 
Gibb, David, baker, 4 Howard Street. 
Gibb, Geo., 44 Kinnaird Street 
Gibb, Jas. P., hairdresser, 6 Carnegie St- 
Gibb, John, mechanic, 33 Culloden Road. 
Gibb, Joseph, 30 Hannah Street 
Gibb, Margaret, residenter, 7 Anderson St. 
Gibb, Mrs Margaret, 21 Fergus Square 
Gibb, Miss Mary, 27 Wardmill Road 
Gibbon, Jas., light porter, 58 Marketgate 
Gibson, And., photographer, Keptie Rd. 
Gibson, Colin, insur. agent, 40 Lochland St. 
Gibson, Geo., fiaxdresser, 38 Cairnie St. 
Gibson, Geo., 19 Fisheracre 
Gibson, W., water inspector, 4 Stuart St. 
Gibson, Walter, sen., 4 Stuart Street 
Gibson, Betsy, servant, 6 Guthrie Hill. 
Gibson, Mary, factory worker, 10 Robert St 
Gibson, Mrs L., grocer, 7 Shore 
Gilbert, A. D., schoolmaster, 22 Addison PI. 
Gilbert, John, labourer, 46 Howard St 
Gilbert, John, residenter, 16 Gowan St 
GHhert, R., leather cutter, 30 Millgate Ln. 
Gilbert, Robt., machineman, 14 Hannah St 
Gilbert, Mrs Annie, Addison Place 
Gill, Albert, fitter, 6 St Vigeans Road. 
Gill, Henry, shoemaker. 23 Ponderlaw St 
Gill, Mrs Sarah Ann, 35 Jamieson St. 
Gillanders, John, 22 Fergus Square 
Gillanders, Wm., labourer, 60 Sidney St. 
Gilespie. Arthur, 4 Bakers Wynd 
Gillespie, David, 24 West Newgate 
Gillespie, David, 53 West Grimsby. 
Gillespie, Edwin, 36 Elliot Street 
Gillespie, R.. shoemaker, 73 Lochland 
Gillespie, Robt., lapper, 7 Sidney Street 
Gillespie, Mrs B., residenter, 20 Elliot St* 
Gillies, Chas., ironturner, 26 Hayswell Rd; 
Gilmour, John, 63 Dishland Street 
Gilroy, Peter, carter 19 Rossie Street 
Gilruth, Dr J. D., Hyde Park, 31 Bank St 
Glass, G., ironturner, 1 Anderson Street 
Glass, Robert, moulder, 3 Anderson St. 
Glass, Robert, butcher. 2 Brechin Road 
Gleig, Mrs A., 54 Keptie Street 
Glen, Alex., labourer, 45 Ladyloan. 
Glen, Alex., 13 St Vigeans Road 
Glen, Alex., 26 Wardmill Road 
Glen, Andrew. 15 Ladybridge Street 
Glen, Andrew, labourer, 15 Glover Street 
Glen, Charles, 3 Bog Lane 
Glen, James, fiaxdresser, 29 Abbot St. 
Glen, Tames, 64 Helen Street 
Glen, Tohn. 2 Dickficld Street 
Glen, Robert, 11 Kyd Street 
Glen, W., mill foreman, 72 Lochland St. 
Glen, Catherine, Mrs. 6 Glover Street 
Glen, Miss M. H., 41 Lochland St 
Glen, Mrs, 32 Fergus Square. 
Glen, Mrs M., 17 Sidney Street 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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LIST 01 HOUSEHOLDERS. 



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Glciulay, H., insur. agent, 23 Hay s Lane. 
Glendinning, J. P., com. agent, lib High bt 
Goodale, Charles, 21 rSrechin Road 
Goodfellow, Jessie, residenter, 6 Guthrie 

Hill. 
Goodlet, Miss M. 9 Anderson Street 
Gordon, Alex., 25 Sidney Street. 
Gordon, David, shipmaster, 16£ Gowan St 
Gordon, David, 49 East Abbey Street 
Gordon, Frank, painter, 32 Ernest St. 
Gordon, J., shoemaker, 6 St Vigeans Rd. 
Gordon, ")., engineer, 17 St Vigeans Rd. 
Gordon, J., factory worker, 27 St Mary St. 
Gordon, James, labourer, 4 Fergus Sq. 
Gordon, James, 6 Academy Street 
Gordon, Peter, labourer, 9 W. Mill Wv 
Gordon, W. G., moulder, 18 W. Abbey St. 
Gordon, Walter 3 Elliot Street 
Gordon, William, hide agent, 26 Elliot St. 
Gordon, Mary F. W., widow, 48 Rossie St. 
Gordon. Miss Agnes, 53 Kinnaird Street 
Gordon, Miss Susan, 29 Green Street 
Gordon, Mrs G., 68 Cairnie Street 
Gordon, Mrs Jessie, 33 North Port. 
Gordon, Mrs M. A., widow, 22 Fergus St. 
Gordon. Mrs Susan, widow, 2o Barngreer 
Gould, Chas. I. 20 Fergus Square 
Gould. Edward, caretaker, Brothock Bank 
Gould, Jas., millwright, 44 Marketgate. 
Gould, Elizabeth, widow, 39 E. GrimsDy. 
Gourlay, Tames. 10 St Vigeans Road 
! Gourlay, Thos. W. P.. C.A., 10 Addison P 
| Gourlay, Mrs Jane, 13 Fergus Square 
Gove, James, gardener, East Lodge. 
IGove, William, 50 Fergus Square 
Gowans, C., stevedore, 18 Ladybridge St. 
Gowans, Francis 20 Howard Street 
Gowans, Robt., carter. 32 St Vigeans Rd, 
Gowans, Charlotte, widow, 37 Lordburn. 
i Grace, Robt., fish mcht., 10J,- Seagate 
Graham, Alex., plater, 24 Robert Street 
Graham, Alex. C-. 33 Leonard Street 
Graham, Charles, 45 Leonard Street. 
Graham, David, 73 Ladvloan 
Graham, J., leather cutter, 20 Abbot St. 
Graham, J.. 27 Dishland Street 
Graham, John, gardener, 10 Anderson St. 
Graham. John R.. 14 East Mill Wynd 
Graham, Peter, 1 Shore. 
Graham, Robt., factory worker, 17 Lady- 
bridge Street. 
Graham, Mrs, 24 Smithy Croft 
Graham. Mrs Margaret. 17 Ladybridge St 
iGrant, A., master mariner, 28 Ernest St. 
j'Grant, Colin, boot manufacturer, Wood- 
side. 
Grant, Ed. plumber, 37 Guthrie Port. 
I Grant, J., shoemaker, 9 Anderson Street. 
Grant, J. C. painter, Culloden Terrace. 
Grant, James. 35 Sidney Street. 
Grant, Jas., engineer. 4 Lochland Street. 
Grant. Tas., machini=t, 10 Hannah St. 
Grant. Jas., shoemaker, 1 Dickfield ft. 
Grant. John, shoemaker. 44 Leonard Street 
Grants Tohn. 51 Ladvloan. 
Grant. Joseph, 9 Anderson Street 
'Grant, Peter. 63 Ro=sie Street 
Grant, "Robert, "famrn. "1 Fer-ruf Si. 
Grant, Thomas R., plumber, Rosevilla. 



Grant, Margaret, 81 Lochland Street 
Grant, Mary, widow, 40 Brechin Road. 
Grant, Aiiss Jemima, 'as W. Mary Street 
Grant, Miss Martha Y., confectioner, 202 

High Street. 
Grant, Miss Mary, 20 Park Street 
Grant, ^Hss N., factory worker, 12 Han- 
nah Street. 
Grant, Misses, 29 Howard Street 
Grant, Misses, dressmakers, 45 Cairnie St 
Grant, Mrs David, 23 Ernest Street 
Grant, Mrs Elsie. 47 Hill Street 
Grant, Mrs Jane, 54 Ladybridge Street 
Grassie, Geo., clerk, 34 Dishland Street. 
Gray, Alex., barman, 33 Elliot Street 
Gra3', Alexander, 30 Maule Street 
Gray, David, 31 St Mary Street 
Gray. Donaldson, dairyman, Gallowden 
Gray, James, 34 Helen Street 
Gray, James P., 5 Garden Street 
Gray. John, clerk, Hayshead Roa'l 
Gray, W., flaxdresser, 23 Hannah St. 
Gray, William, carter, 11 Convent street. 
Gray, Wm., 45 Sidnev Stre t 
Gray, Wm., vanman, 3 St Vigeans Road. 
Gray, Wm., retired farmer, Strachan St 
Gray, Mary, spinster, 44 Leonard Street 
Gray, Mrs A. B., 74 Cairnie Street 
Gra*- Mrs Amelia. 59 Helen Street 
Gray, Mrs Elspeth shop asst., 24 High St 
Gray, Mrs Georgina, weaver, 63 St Mary 

Street 
Gray, Mrs Jane, 30 Helen Street 
Grav, Mrs Margaret, 64 Keptie Street 
Gray, Mrs Marv, 9 Fergus Street 
Gray, Mrs W., 43 Elliot Street 
Green, C, painter, 31 Ladybridge St. 
Green, Geo., confectioner. 210 High Street 
Greenawav, Mrs Mary Ann, mill worker, 

55s Panmure Street. 
Grefnhow, David, 69 Howard St. 
Greenhow, J., labourer. 15 Cross Mill Wy 
Greenhow, Wm., 30 Kyd Street 
Greenhowe, Wm., labourer, 20 Abbot St. 
Greenhowe, Mrs Helen, 28 Kyd Street 
Greeton, Leslie, 45 Elliot Street 
Greig, D., law clerk, 62 Lochland Street. 
Greig, David, residenter. 14 Dalhousie PI. 
Greig-, George, retired shipmaster, 56 Nolt 

Loan Road. 
Greig, George. 9 West Mary Street 
Greig, Harry, 1 Ann Street 
Grei°\ James. 104 Keptie Street 
Greig, Tames 23 Fergus Street 
Greig, James R., 23 West Keptie St 
Greig, Jas., flaxdresser, 23 St Vigeans Rd 
Greig, John, ironmonger, 30 Elliot St 
Greig, William, 3 West Mary Street 
Greig, Marv S., Ellen Bank, Keptie Road 
Greig, Miss M., 12 Ann Street 
Grewar, D. W., 35 West Port 
Grieve, D A., traveller 35 W. Keptie St 
Grieve, John, cattleman, 6 Culloden Ter 
Grieve. Wm.. 20 Hill Place 
Grieve, Mrs M., 15 Cairnie Street 
Grieve, Mrs M. A.. 12 Russell Street 
Grieve,, Mrs S., residents r. 1 Union St. 
Griffan, James, 14 Abbot Street 
Griffiths, Geo., insur. agent, 2 Reform St 



140 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Thos. Muir, Son & Patton 

LIMITED 

COAL MERCHANTS. 



LOCAL BRANCHES-ARBROATH, 39 Helen Street (Telephone 4) ; 
69 West Grimsby (Telephone 4) ; and at the following Railway Stations — 
Carnoustie (Tel. 2) ; Inverkeilor (Tel. 4) ; Cauldcots (Tel. 4). 




WE ARE 

Coal Merchants, •'- Colliery Agents 
Lime Merchants, Carting Contractors 

Specialists in all Classes of Industrial and Household Fuel, 
both Wholesale and Retail. 

BUNKERS -Finest Navigation and Steam Coal Foundry Coke 

Smithy Coal Malting Coke Tractor Coal Gas Coke. 



Our advice is at your service, and a Post Card "will bring a 

Prompt Reply regarding anything in -which we 

may be able to serve you. 



Registered Office, Nethergate House, Dundee. 

Telegrams— "Muir," Dundee. Telephone, 744 (4 Lines.) 
ON ADMIRALTY LIST. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



Ul 



Griiumond, D., 9 St Vigeans Road 
Grimmond, G., butcher, 13 St Vigeans Rd 
Grinunond John, labourer, 28 Barngreen 
Grimmond, Mrs M.. 16 Hannah Street 
Grindlay, W., blacksmith, 33 Lochland St 
Grindlay, Miss, 36 Cairnie Street 
Groat, John B., 33 Brechin Road 
Guild, Alex., retired, 5 Carnegie Street 
Guild, David, moulder, 20 St Vigeans Rd 
Guild, James, teacher, 36 Hillend Road. 
Guild, John, carter, 44 Leonard Street. 
Guild, John, moulder, 25 Cairnie St. 
Guild, Keith, labourer, 13 Ogilvy Place 
Guild. Peter, shoemaker, 34 Ann Street. 
Guild, Jane, spinster, 37 Howard Street. 
Guild, Margaret, 32 Kinnaird Street 
Guild. Mrs Mary, o Carnegie Street 
Gunn, Alex., policeman, 24 Elliot Street 
Gunn, Fred, clerk, Strachan Street. 
Gunning. John, labourer, 23 Park Street 
Gunning, Thomas H., 11 Brechin Road 
Guthrie, David, factory worker, 7 Glover 

Street 
Guthrie. Georg-e 7 Russell Street 
Guthrie, George, factory manager, 13 

Russell Street 
Guthrie, James, 24 Robert Street 
Guthrie, John, tenter, 15 Cross Mill Wvnd. 
Guthrie, Robert, insur. agent, 20 Green St 
Guthrie, Mrs, 3 Ponderlaw 

Haddon, D., boilermaker, 40 Barngreen. 
Haddon, 1 W 6 Ponderlaw 
Haddon, John F., 23 Lordburn 
Haigh, C. R., carpet maker, Ladyloan 
Haldane Geo., 46 Marketgate 
Haldane. Miss J. E. M.. Cairnie Road 
Halkett, Mrs Margaret, 20 St Marv St. 
Hall, E. K., 16 Hillend Road 
Hall, George, 19 Commerce St. 
Hall, Tames, The Willows, Keptie Road 
Hall, John, moulder, 8 W. Mill Wynd. 
Hall, Wm., shoemaker, 11 St Vigeans Rd 
Hall, Wm., 19 Panmure Street 
Hall Wm., 8 West Abbev Street 
Hall. Mrs. 49 High Street 
Hallidav, J. B., solicitor, 16 Cull«d»n Ter 
Hallida'v, Michael, 12 Bakers Wynd 
Halton, Geo., 46 Marketgate 
Hamilton, Arthur, shoemaker, 25 Palmer St 
Hamilton, Mrs B., 42i East Abbey Street 
Hammond, E. H., 27 Duke Street 
Hampton, Miss Helen, Rosedene 
Hannah, Alex., clerk, 2 West Port 
Hannah. Wm.. 18 Maule Street 
Hansen, Mrs J. D., widow, 9 Victoria St 
Hanton, Wm.. stableman, 2 West Marv Si 
Hardie. William, 23 Abbot Stree' 
Harper, Jas. W., confectioner, 4-2 Guth- 
rie Port. 
Harris, Geo., b' tcher, 38 Ogilvy Place 
Harris, Miss Robina, 17 St Vigeans Rd 
Harris, Mrs Ann, 25 Howard Street 
Harrow. Marion Gibb or, 10 Murray PI. 
Harrison, T-. 37 Lindsav Street 
Harrison, John, labourer, 29 E. Mill Wy 
Hart Tohn. 27 Ea<=t Mill Wynd 
• Hart. Richard E., shoemaker, 1 Garden St. 
Harvey, James, 53 West Abbey Street 



Harvey, Peter, 27 Ernest Street 
Hastie, T., nmgr., 41 Lochlands Drive 
Hastings, C, shoemaker, 15 St Vigeans Rd. 
Hastings, George, 23 St Mary Street 
Hastings, W., labourer, 28 Hamilton Grn. 
Hastings, Mrs C, vintner, 30 Millgate Ln. 
Hastings, Mrs C, widow, 74 Brechin Rd. 
Hastings, Mrs H., widow, 83 High St. 
Hay, G. G., shipmaster, 7 Victoria Street 
Hay, Miss Maggie. 37 Elliot Street 
Hay, Mrs E„ 9 Dalhousie Place 
liav. Mrs Helen. 34 Brechin Road 
Hayes, Ed. J., sailmaker, 44 High St. 
Hayes, Richard, labourer, 17 Park Street 
Hayes, W., sailmaker, 2 Ponderlaw Lane. 
Hebenton, David, engineman, 65 St Vi- 
geans Road 
Heenan, James, bleacher, 14 Smithy Croft 
Heenan, Mrs K., 2 West Abbey Street 
Heggic, T.f 2 West Abbey Street 
Hemsworth, Alex.. 21 lUilfgate Loan 
Henderson, D., police sergt., 23 Ladyloan. 
Henderson, D. H.. 25 Gowan Street 
Henderson David. 41 Lochlands Drive 
Henderson, David, 28 Green Street 
Henderson, Geo., machinist, 15 Lochland St 
Henderson, James, 17 Panmure Street 
Henderson, John, labourer, 21 High St. 
Henderson, W., insur. agent, 4 Dalhousie 

Place. 
Henderson, W. J.. 25 Bank Street 
Henderson, Wm., 29 Guthrie Port 
Henderson, Jessie, 275 High Street 
Henderson, Miss, 48 High Street. 
Henderson, Miss, residenter, 275 High St. 
Henderson, Misses, 22 Victoria Street 
Henderson, Misses, 29 W. Keptie Street 
L Tendry A. G., secretary, 8 Strachan St. 
Hendry, A. W., moutder, 56 St Vigeans Rd. 
Hendry, Arthur, 92 Helen Street 
Hendry, James, lapper, 15 Fergus Square. 
Hendry, Wm., rly. porter, 23 Palmer St. 
Hendry, Jessie, housekeeper, 34 St Mary St. 
Hendr.v, Mrs Isabella, 16 North Grimsby 
Hendry, Mrs Jessie, residenter, 26 West 

Mary Street 
Henry, J. M.. 1 James Street 
Henry, W., 5 East Abbey Street 
Hepburn, Mary A., weaver, 36 Cairnie St. 
Herald, Alex., shoemaker, 59 Ladybridge. 
Herald, David, flaxdresser, 32 Leonard St 
Herald, George, 3 Ponderlaw Street 
Herald, Wm.. 70 Marketgate 
Herald, Miss A. F., 44 Dishland Street. 
Herald, Mrs Elizabeth C, 8 Robert Street. 
Herald, Mrs Helen. 7 Glover Street 
Herd Mrs N., 7 Kinnaird Street 
Heron, Mrs Ann. 46 John Street 
Herron, Alfred, blacksmith, 92 Helen St. 
Herron, D., blacksmith. 54 Sidney St. 
Herron, J. H., musicseller. 55 Addison PI 
Herron. J. N., 1 Church Street 
Herron, W.. moulder. 47 East Abbey St. 
Herron. Mrs, 3 George Street 
Herron, Mrs Eliza, 21 Ann Street 
Herron. Mrs I., 22 Ponderlaw Street 
Herschell, Allan, shoemaker, 60 Sidnev St. 
Herschell. Robt. F., shipmaster, 6 Hill- 
end Road 



142 YEAR EOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Jtrbroath Gas Corporation, 



GAS COKE 

FIRST-CLASS FUEL FOR BAKERS' OVENS. 
INDISPENSABLE FOR "KEITH'S" FURNACES. 
ECONOMICAL *FOR HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. 
SPECIALLY USEFUL FOR GREENHOUSES. 



CHEAPER THAN COAL. 

SINGLE BAGS DELIVERED. 
Telephone No. 78. 

WM. BRAND & SON 

Slaters and Plasterers, : : 
Slate and Cement Merchants, 

30 DISHLAND STREET, Arbroath. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR GRANOLITHIC PAVING. 

CHIMNEY HEADS REPAIRED AND POINTED. 



ALL REPAIRS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



143 



Herschell, Miss Mary, 1£ Fergus Street 
Herschell, Mrs Jane, 30 Bog Lane. 
Hewit, A.j merchant tailor. 14 Queen St. 
Hisreiat, Wsi., i South Grimsbji 
High, Wm., jeweller, 5 Hayswell Road. 
Hill, Chas. S., law clerk, 3 Queen Street. 
Hili. Jaihes C, moulder, 35 Ernest Street. 
Hill, Win., shoemaker, 4 Fergus Square 
Hil„ Betsy, residenter, 35 Rossie St. 
Hill. Miss Betsv, 3± Glover Street 
Hill, Miss Mary, 22 Gowan Street 
Hilton. James. 29 West Keptie Street 
Hinksman, Jemima, widow. 4 Shore. 
Hird, A. K., draper, 24 Hillend Road. 
Hird. Tames H., postman, 5 Ann Street. 
Hird, W. D., draper, Inchcape, Nolt 

Loan Road 
Hird, Emily D., 12 Nolt Loan Road 
Hird, Mrs Ingo S. F., 3 Walker Place. 
Hird, Mrs Naomi, 7 Kinnaird Street. 
Hitchcock, Rev. G., 13 Dalhousie Place. 
Hoddle. Mrs. 18 Fergus Square 
Hodge, David, enginedriver, 5 Ogilvy PI. 
Hodgeson, John E., 28 Helen Street 
Hodgson, Harry. 50 High Street 
Hodgson, Frank, 11 Leonard Street - 
Hodgson. John E.. 28 Helen Street 
Hogan, Mrs Mary, domestic. 69 Ladyloan. 
Hoe-f. Tames, engineer, 66 Brechin Road. 
Hogg, James, flesher, 59 High Street. 
Hogg, James, police constable, 40 Millgate 

Loan 
Hogg, Wm., 7 Ernest Street 
Hogg, Catherine, widow, 4/ W. Abbev St. 
Hogg. Miss M. A., 78 Keptie Street. 
Holt. Arch. 25 Panmure Street 
Honeyman, Robb, 20 Leonard Street 
Honevman. Mrs Betsv. 20 Leonard St. 
Honeymoon. Mrs A., 5 Leonard Street 
Hood, A., grocery manager, 38 Elliot St. 
Hood. Geo.. P.. draper. 10 Princes St. 
Hood, James, bookseller, 31 W. Keptie St. 
Hood, Peter, shoemaker, 31 Dishland St 
Hood, William, 34 Helen Street 
Hoou. Wm., 62 Guthrie Port 
Hood Miss Bella. 64 Helen Street 
Hood, Miss Tane, 26 Nolt Loan Road 
Hosea, Miss M. S.. 2 Elliot Place 
Hosie, Alex., 38 Kinnaird Street 
Hosie, Tas., gardener, 21 Ponderlaw St. 
Hosie. Thos. H., 22 Jamieson Street 
Hossack, Robert, policeman, 27 Ann St 
Houldsworth, F., missionary, 1 Cairnie PI. 
Hovell, D., 16 Glover Street 
Hovell, George. 7 Hill Terrace 
Hovell, J.. Helenbank, Ernest Street 
Hovell, John, barman, 17 Lochland St. 
Hovell, W. publican, 12 George Street 
Hovell, Wm., labourer, 16 Glover St. 
Hovell. Flora T- 4 Hume Street 
Hovell. Mrs Mary. 13 Palmer Street 
Howard. H.. 14 Church Street 
Howat, Thomas, shoemaker, 12 Abbot St. 
Howat Mrs Ann!-. 17 Dalhousie Place 
Howatt, Miss C. 24 Millgate Loan 
Howe. George, surfaceman, 19 Duke St. 
Howe, J... 53 Helen Street 
Howe. William, labourer. 60 Rossie St 
Howie, J., compositor, 2 Cairnie Place. 



Howie, T. J., 10 Dalhousie Place 
Hudghton, Mrs Ann, 35 St Mary Street. 
Hudgston, A. P., enginefitter, 40 Rossie St. 
Hudson W., 9 Palmer Street 
Hudson, Wm. D., 10 Abbey Path 
Hudson, Mary, spinster, 31 Panmure St. 
Hudson, Miss Maria G., 3 Lordburn 
Huggins, Mrs M., 11 Dishland Street. 
Huggin=on, Thomas, 60 Millgate Loan 
Hughes, .Mitchell, butcher, 37 W Newgate 
Hughes, Christina, spinster, 43 St Mary St. 
Hunter, Andrew, 17 Wallace Street. 
Hunter, Charles, engineer, 43 Culloden Rd 
Hunter, Charles, shoemaker, Strachan St 
Hunter, D., insur. agent, 58 Fergus Sq 
Hunter, David, clerk, 4 Carnegie St. 
Hunter, David, 80 St Vigeans Road 
Hunter, Douglas G., Roscbrae 
Hunter, Geo. R., =£ Applegate 
Hunter. 1. C, 4 Maule Street 
Humter, J. P., 34 East Abbey Street 
Hunter, James, sen., 46 John Street 
Hunter, James, 35 Spink Street 
Hunter, James, shoemaker, 44 Tohn St 
Hunter, Tas., shoemaker, 34 E. Abbey St 
Hunter, Robert, 41 St Mary Street. 
Hunter, W., shoemaker, 6 Hill Road 
Hunter, Wm., shoemaker, 25 Palmer St. 
Hunter, Wm., Strachan Street 
Hunter, Wm., 26^ Keptie Street 
Hunter, Mary Ann, 6 Hume Street. 
Hunter, Miss, housekeeper, 21 Lordburn 
Hunter, Misses, Rosebrae 
Hunter, Mrs Ada M., 9£ Applegate. 
Hunter, Mrs D. F., Brechin Road 
Hunter, Mrs J., Clairmont, Keptie Road 
Hutcheon, Arch., solicitor. 34 Victoria St 
Hutchison, David, draper, 17 Victoria St. 
Hutchison, J., 20 East Mill Wynd 
Hutchison, John, 3 Baldovan Street 
Hutchison, Peter G., 4 Gayfield 
Hutchison, S. D., vintner, 4 Lillies Wynd. 
Hutchison, T., turner, 72 St Vigeans Rd. 
Hutchison. Miss Mary, 20 Jamieson Street 
Hutton. D. L., 50 Sidney Street 
Hutton, David, carter. 2^ Russell Street. 
Hutton, Geo., shoemaker, 46 Marketgate. 
Hutton, James, carter. 6 Lillies Wynd 
Hutton, Jas. G.. clerk, 76 Rossie Street. 
Hutton, Peter, 12 Catherine Street. 
Hutton, Robert, 2 West Keptie Street. 
Hutton, Wm., labourer, 22 Rossie Street. 
Hutton, Mrs, 3 East Mill Wvnd 
Hutton, Mrs Alexina, 3 E. Mill Wynd 

Inglis, Alan, art master, 4 Osborne Ter. 

Inglis, Robt., traveller, 27 Hayswell Road. 

Ingram, Wm., 33 Sidney Street 

Innes, Alex., street porter, 7 Bridge St. 

Irons, Allan G.. 4 Hill Terrace 
, Irons, Frank, 3 Rosebank 
| Irons, Wm., butcher, 217 High Street. 

Irons. Louisa, weaver. 17 Kinnaird St. 
, Ironside, Alex., moulder, 28 Barngreen. 
; Ironside, James, weaver, 2 W. Mary St. 
! Ironside, John, 41 John Street 
i Irvine, Alexander,, tanner, 8 Ann Street. 

Irvine, Alfred. 13 Tamil -on Street 



144 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

- YOUR - 

FRENCH CLEANING 

AND 

ART DYEING WORK 

NOW DONE IN ARBROATH. 



Our Building has been Specially Built for this 
Purpose. 

Our Machinery is of the Latest and Up-to-date 
Description. 

Our Works are Efficient in all Departments. 

Our Prices are Cheaper than out of Town. 

Our Work is Satisfactory. 

A Trial Order will Convince You. 



The Arbroath French Cleaning 
and Art Dyeing Works, 

GALLOWDEN, ARBROATH. 

Phone 228. DONALD L. MANSON, Proprietor. 



Irvine, Robt., teacher, Viewfield Road. 

Irvine, Mrs, 4 Queen Street. 

Isaacs, \V., waggon-examiner, 40 Maule St. 

Jack, Alex., blacksmith, 6 Stanley Street. 

Jack, Andrew. 39 East Grimsby 

Jack, Andrew, tailor. Shore 

Jack, David A., 27 Bank Street 

Jack, James, chemist, 27 Punderlaw St. 

Jack, John, labourer, 56 Helen Street 

Jack, John, grocer, 2 Nolt Loan Road 

fack, Janet, residenter, 19 Carnegie St. 

Jack, Miss Mary, 9 George Street 

Jack, Mrs, 16 Ernest Street. 

Jack, Mrs, 56 Helen Street. 

Jack, Mrs E., 16 East Mill Wynd 

Jack, Mrs J., vintner, 13 Catherine St 

Jack, Mrs Janet, 19 Carnegie Street 

Jack, Mrs N., 29 AVest Grimsby 

Jackson, D. W., music teacher, 272 High St. 

Jackson, David, framemaker, 75 Helen St. 

Jackson, J., leather-cutter, 13 E. Ma"y St. 

Jackson, W. W., music teacher, 6 George 

Street 
Jackson, Miss Isabella, 34 Hillend Road 
Jamieson, Alex., vanman. 70 Millgate Ln. 
Jamieson, Alfreu H., 11 Hannah Street 

Jamieson, David, cartel, 3 Marketgate 
amieson, David, sen., plasterer. 3 Graves 
end 
Jamieson, Frank, 18 Millgate Loan 
Jamieson, George, mason, Demondale. 
Jamieson, Harry, baker, 76j Helen St. 
Jamieson, James K., 248 High Street 
Jamieson, James, 13 Kinnaird Street 
Jamieson, James, factory overseer, 16 W. 

Keptie Street. 
Jamieson, Jas., mechanic. Bridge Street 
Jamieson, John, lapper, 2 Fergus Street 
Jamieson. Lawrence, shoemaker, 33 East 

Mill Wynd. 
Tamieson, T., greengrocer, 22 Guthrie Pt. 
Jamieson, Thos., plumber, 63 Ladybridge. 
Jamieson, Thos., 54 St Mary Street 
Jamieson, Win.-, flaxdresser, 26 Leonard St. 
Jamieson. Wm., mechanic, 28 Kyd St. 
Jamieson, Jane, 7 West Keptie Street. 
Jamieson, Jessie A., spinster, 3 W. Ab- 
bey Street. 
Jamieson, Miss, 29 Fergus Street. 

Jamieson, Mrs Jane, 17 Union Street E. 
amieson, Mrs M., 14 Bakers Wynd 
Janes, Alex. B.. janitor, 79 Keptie St 
Janes, Wm., foreman, 12 Brechin Road. 
Japp, David, labourer, 25 Millgate 
Jarret, John, dealer^ 11 Park Street 
Jarret, Mrs, 21 Abbot Street 
Jarret, Mrs M.,- 32£ St Mary Street 

Jarron, J. B., vintner, 11 Carnegie St 
arvis, Misses, 62 Rossie Street 
Teffray, John, seaman, 38 Glover Street. 
Jeffrey, Charles, 7 Wevt Newgate 
Jeffrey, Chas., 41 John Street 
Jeffrev, Tohn D., printer, 26 Ann Street, 
jeffrev, Mrs I., widow, 26 Jamieson St 
Jenkins, William, 15 Dishland Street 
Jewiss, Horace, 9 Leonard Street 
Tohnson, George, printer, Abbey Lodge, 
High Street 



Johnson, W., licensed grocer, 15 Queen St. 
Johnston, Alex., draper, 5 St Mary St. 
Johnston, G., commercial clerk, 21 Cair- 

nie Street. 
Johnston, Hugh F., leather cutter, 37 

Fisheracre. 
Johnston, J., labourer, 51 Guthrie Port. 
Johnston, John, joiner, 33 Howard St. 
Johnston, John, shoemaker, 14 Howard St. 
Johnston, Joseph, lapper, 32 Howard St 
Johnston, Robert, 50 Brechin Road 
Johnston, W. A., engineer, 83 Ladyloan 
Johnston, Wm., gardener, The Elms, 

Cairnie Road 
Johnston, Wm., shipmaster, 28 Victoria St. 
Johnston, Wm., 10 Howard Street 
Johnston, Margaret, 49 Rossie Street 
Tohnston, Miss Helen, 12 Smithy Croft. 
Johnston, Miss Mary, 15 Marketgate. 
Johnston, Mrs Martha, 38 Howard Street 
fohnston, Mrs S. A., 17 Smithy Croft 
Johnston, Mrs Susan, 56a High Street. 
Johnstone, Adam, 3 St Vigeans Road 
Johnstone, Geo., policeman, 9 Abbot St. 
Johnstone, John, 35 High Street 
Johnstone, Richard. 25 Dishland Street 
joiner George, labourer, 32 Kinnaird St 
"Toiner, Mrs Elspeth, 248 High Street 
"jolly, Mrs Jane, 42 Helen Street. 
Jones, Thos. H.. 39 Jamieson Street 
Joss, John, reporter," 93 Keptie Street. 
Joss, Mrs, 23 West Port 
Joss, Mrs Barbara, 29 Kinnaird Street 
Just, Robt., sanitary inspector, 59 Bre- 
chin Road 
Just, Miss Agnes L.. 41 Lordburn 

Kaighin, Henry, tenter, 18 Rossie Street. 
Kear, Mrs Annie, 6 St Vigeans Road 
Keillor, Alex.. 39 .Millgate Loan 
Keillor, Andrew, 39 Ogilvy Place 
Keiller, Bailie. 46 Applegate. 
Keillor, Harry, 98 Keptie Street 
Keillor, James, cattleman, Demondale 
Keillor, Wm., 43 Ladvloan 
Keillor, Mrs Grace, 12 Brechin Road. 
Keillor, Mrs J., widow, 35 Millgate Ln 
Keillor, Mrs Marv. 44 Helen Street 
Keir, James, I., 12 Colvill Place 
Keith, Alexander, 44 Ladyloan 
Keith, David, flaxdresser, 26 Helen Street. 
Keith, Dr. J. Melville, 213a High Street. 
Keith, George, sailmaker, 7 Ann Street. 
Keith, Tohn. sailmaker, 85 Keptie St. 
Keith, "John, mechanic, 40 Dishland St 
Keith, Wm.. labourer, 12 Bakers Wynd. 
Kelly, Dr Richard, 61 Keptie Street. 
Kelly, George. 3 Bakers Wynd 
Kelly, Harwood, 33 High Street 
Kelly, Tas., waste merchant, 31 Glover St. 
Kellv, Laurence. 34 Keptie Street 
Kellv. Miss Marion, 30 Go-nan Street 
Kelman, Annie, widow, 21 Cairnie St. 
Kemp, G-. slater, 25 St Mary Street 
Kemp. John, 7 Anderson Street 
Kennedy, James, 2 Eas-t Newgate 
Kennedy, James, 30 Ernest Street 



146 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

James Kydd £r Son 

JOINERS, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, 
- > GENERAL WOOD TURNERS, - - 

16 South Grimsby, Arbroath. 



Every Description of Work carefully and promptly attended to 
by Experienced Workmen at Moderate Charges. 

Estimates Given. 



FUNERAL UNDERTAKING. 



TO SHOPKEEPERS AND OTHERS 

The Arbroath Plate Glass 

MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 

Is the Cheapest and Most Convenient Medium for the 

INSURANCE OF SHOP WINDOWS 

SCREENS, SHOW CASES, MIRRORS, &c. 
LOW RATES. 



Premiums Quoted and other information given on application to 

Wm. H. Alexander, Solicitor, 62 High Street. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



147 



Kennedy, Theodore, gas meter inspector, 

45 West Abbey Street. 
Kennedy Helen, factory worker, 6 St 

Mary Street. 
Kennedy Margaret, 52 Fergus Square 
Kennedy, Mrs vv . 5| Fisheracre 
Kenneth, Mrs G. S., 9 Bridge Street 
Kerr, Chas., shoemaker, 3 West Mary St. 
Kerr, D., licensed grocer, 9 Fergus Sq. 
Kerr, David, 44 Barngreen 
Kerr, George, rle.^her, 12 Barngreen. 
Kerr, George K., 31 Elliot Street 
Kerr, James, railway guard, 25 Duke St. 
Kerr, James, labourer, 38 Fergus Square. 
Kerr, Win. S., labourer, 17 Abbot Street 
Kerr, Tane W., widow, 1 Osborne Ter. 
Kerr, Mrs, 47 Culloden Road. 
Kerr, Mrs Agnes, 28 Barngreen 
Kerr, Mrs H., Helen Street 
Kerrison, Mrs, 93 Keptie Street 
Kettles. Ed.. 45 Fergus Square 
Key, Alexander I., postman, 23 Glover St. 
Key, David Bog Lane 
Key. Peter E., 59 Kinnaird Street 
Key, Annie, weaver, 26 Fergus Square. 
Kidd, Alex., 13 John Street 
Kidd, David, blacksmith, 11 Fergus Sq. 
Kidd, F., irondresser. 7 Cross Mill Wynd. 
Kidd, Jane* G., fisherman, 13 Seagate 
Kidd. Roy 59 John Street 
Kiddie, Andrew W., 66 Rossie Street. 
Kiddie, John, 26 Hamilton Green 
Kiddie, Elizabeth, 26 Hamilton Green 
Kilpatrick, John, baker, 5* Fisheracre 
King, Arthur, shoemaker, 44 Elliot Street. 
King, David B., clerk, Neville Street. 
King, J. B., patternmaker, 37 Carnegie St. 
King, James G., shoemaker, 11 Hill Ter. 
King, John S., Commerce Street 
King. Ann, widow, 23 Culloden Road 
King, Margaret, 11£ Fergus Square. 
King, Mary, widow, 7 Garden Street. 
King, Misses Ellen J. D., Annie B., and 

Jane B., 27 Rossie Street. 
King, Mrs M. A., widow, 27 Fergus St. 
King, Mrs R., 16 Bakers Wynd 
Kinloch, David, labourer, 10 Guthrie Pt 
Kinloch, Mrs J. B., Seaneld, Seaton Rd 
Kinmond, Miss Annie, 54 Helen Street. 
Kinnear, A. V., mercht., 2 Culloden Cfes 
Kinnear, Alex., 7 Duke Street 
Kinnear, D., cabinetmaker, 27 Culloden Rd 
Kinnear, D., sheriff officer, 23 Cairnie St 
Kinnear, David, labourer, 43 St Mary St. 
Kinnear, G. S., engiiuer, 62 Fergus Sq 
Kinnear, R., insur. supt., 12 Culloden Ter. 
Kinnear, Thos., vanman, 4 Shore 
Kinnear, Thos., chauffeur, 8 Academy St. 
Kinnear, Wm., turner, 51 Sidney Street. 
Kinnear, Miss C, 29 Guthrie Port. 
Kinnear, Miss Helen, 10 Colvill Place 
Kinnear, Mrs H.. 9 Garden Street 
Kinnear, Mrs Jessie. 20 Ponderlaw 
Kinnear, Mrs "M., 11 Green Street. 
Kinninmonth, Miss M., 1 Kinnaird St 
Kinnison. Mary, widow, 5 Park St. 
Kirk, James, tobacconist, 11 West Port. 
Kirkcaldy, David, 19 Green Street 



Kirkland, Agnes, 4 Abbot Street 
Knight, Robt., mstr. bKr., 34 Green St 
Knight, Mary J., widow, 7 George St. 
Kiiignt, Mrs B-, 9/ Keptie Street . 
Knight, Miss M., millworker, 25 Rossie St. 
Knowles, James, moulder, 50 Fergus Sq 
Knowles. John 22 Dishland Street 
Knox, D., blacksmith, 36 Millgate Loan. 
Kydd, A. G., inland revenue officer, 16 

Addison Place 
Kydd, Alex., butcher, 76 St Vigeans Rd. 
Kydd, Alex., 13 John Street 
Kydd, Alexander, mechanic, 8 Abbot St. 
Kydd, D. F., labourer, 48 Fergus Square. 

( Kydd, D. S., shoemaker, 23 W. Mill Wy. 

i Kvdd, David, coachman. 96 Keptie St. 
Kydd, Daviu.. fisherman, 10 West Newgate. 
Kydd, David.. 23 Spink Street 
Kvdd. David. 11 Fergus Square 
Kvdd. George, 11 Fisheracre 
Kydd, George, moulder, 6 James Street. 
Kydd, Harry, shoemaker, 2 Abbot Street. 
Kydd, J., railway servant. 15 Wallace St. 
Kydd, J., boot salesman, 2 Cairnie Place. 
Kydd, James, clerk, 61 Rossie Street. 
Kvdd, ,ames, 9 Fisheracre 
Kvdd. Tames. 23 Culloden Road 
Kydd, James. 9 Fisheracre 
Kvdd. Tohn. 23 St Vigeans Road 
Kydd, Robert, joiner, 15 Colvill Place. 
K^dd. Thomas 24 Militate Loan 
Kydd, Annie, spinster, 20 Lochland St. 
Kvdd, Eliza . 74 Helen Street 
Kydd, Isabella, confectioner. 7 Gowan St 
KH'Hrl. M. W., spinster 23 St Vigeans Rd 
Kydd, Marv. weaver, Keptie Street 
Kvdd. Miss Jean C. 2 Hillend Road 
Kvdd, Miss Marv. weaver. 79 Keptie St. 
Kvdd, Mrs, widow, 31 W. Mill Wvnd 
Kvdd, Mrs A.. 26 Kvd Street 
Kydd, Mrs M. V., 11 HilWd Road 
Kvdd. "Urs Margaret 18 Brechin Road 
Kydd. Mrs Marv, 59 Dishland Street. 



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Tohn, 21 Abbot Street 

Miss Tane. 43 Panmure Street. 

Mrs A., grocer. 55 Barngreen. 

Mrs W.. 19 Elliot Street 
Dr David, Maule Street. 
Tas.. market hardener. Annfield. 
Tohn. joiner, 42 Green Street. 
William, baker, 10 Fergus Square. 
Aenes, widow. 4 Colvill Place 
Helen, millworker. 2 Co1»?'1 PI. 
Miss Agnes. 25 Palmer Street 
Miss M., 21 Dishland Street. 
Miss Margaret. 27 Howard Street 
Tohn 33 Barngreen 
Charlotte, weaver. 19 Park Street. 
Alex., gardener. Cairnie Road 
C. factorv worker. 35 Ogilvy PL 
David. 47 Green Street. 
Edward, ironworker. 52 Marketgate 
Tas. L., coachman. 4 LTill Ter. 
Tohn, butcher, 26 West Keptie St. 
John 78 Hi Hi Street 
Robert, carter. 3 Lillies Wvnd. 
Mary Jane, 62 Cairnie Street. 



148 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Yorkshire 

Insurance Company 

Limited 

Established 1824. Assets Exceed 8£ Millions. 

Claims Paid Exceed £21,000,000. 



Life Insurances issued, giving every advantage offered by any Insurance 
Company. Moderate Premiums. Liberal Conditions. Substantial 
Bonuses. Stringent Reserves. New Scheme, combining Life Assurance 
and Old Age Pensions. 

Fire Insurances effected by the Company on the Most Moderate Terms, 
according to nature of risk. 

Employers' Liability. — Policies issued covering Full Liability under the 
Workmen's Compensation Act, 1897, 19U0, 1906, and 1923, the Employ- 
ers' Liability Act, 1880, and the Common Law. 

Personal Accident insurance.— World-Wide Policies issued, conferring Full 
Benefits at Moderate Rates. 

Combined Accident and Sickness Schemes. 

Burglary Insurances Transacted. — Liberal Conditions. Low Bates. No 
Average Clause. 

Live Stock Insurance Effected. — Accident, Disease, Foaling, Castration, 
and Stallion. 

Anthrax (Horses and Cattle). — Insured against under Special Policy. 

Plate Glass Insurance. Loss of Profits. 

Motor Car. — Special Scheme for Private Cars at Lowest Rates. 

Motor Cycle and Side-Cars. — Full Benefits at Low Rates. 



DUNDEE OFFICE -44 REFORM STREET. 

D. GRANT RE A, Branch Manager. 

Applications for Agencies Invited. 
Telephone No. 5467. Telegraphic Address— " Yorkshire, Dundee." 



R. S. SWEET, Insurance Agent, Royal Bank, Arbroath. 

Agent for the Yorkshire Insurance Company, Limited. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



149 



Lambert, And., currier, 18 \V. Abbey St. 
Lamond, James, lapper, 86 Helen Street. 
Lamont, Wm., 181 High Street 
Langbridge, Mrs Isa., Cairnie Road 
Langlands, Alex., joiner, 11 George St. 
Langlands, H. T., engineer, 22 Hayswell 

Road. 
Langlands, M. & A., 24 Hayswell Road 
Larnach, Donald, 1 Murray Place. 
Lauder, George, engineer, 15 Jamieson St. 
Laverty, James, currier, 2 Ann Street. 
Law, Alex., grocer, 27 Lillies Wynd 
Law, Arthur, 25 Panmure Street 
Law, Arthur, motor engineer, 64 Market- 
gate 
Law, George, 33 Maule Street 
Law, George, 17 East Abbey Street 
Law, George, engineer, 9 E. Grimsby 
Law, James, jun., motor engineer, 9 

East Grimsby 
Law, James, 59 Dishland Street 
Law, James, carter, 47 Marketgate. 
Law, James, 70 Marketgate 
Law, Mrs Elizabeth G.. 38 Maule Street 
Lawrence, D., labourer, 22 Hamilton Grn 
Lawrence, Jas., millworker, 7 Palmer St. 
Lawrence, Joseph G., 9 Gowan Street 
Lawrence, Wm., mason, 5 St Vigeans Rd 
Lawrie, J. M'K., lapper, 5 George St. 
Lawson, Alex., 34 Keptie Street 
Lawson, J. K., engineer, Demondale 
Lawson. Jessie, winder, 5 Park Street 
Lawson, Mrs E., 23 Ladyloan 
Lawson, Mrs Elizabeth, 5 Park Street 
Leadingham, Alex., 9 Anderson Street 
Leadingham, Mrs M. J., widow, 62 Cair- 
nie Street. 
Learmonth, Mrs M., Palmyra, Keptie Rd 
Leddie, Florence, spinster, 12 Fergus Sq. 
Ledingham, Mrs Charlotte, 69 Helen St 
Lee, H., clerk, Keptie Road 
Lees, Henry, 25 Lillies Wynd 
Lefevre, A. W., patternmaker, 55 Sidney St. 
Lefevre, Ernest. 240 High Street 
Lefevre, H. V., Garrol, Ernest Street 
Leish, Mary, 13 Dishland Street 
Leitch, John, cutter, 37 Guthrie Port. 
Leitch, Agnes, factory worker, 9£ Fergus 

Square. 
Leitch, Mrs C, 1 Culloden Crescent 
Leithhead, Mary Ann, weaver, 43 Han- 
nah Street 
Leonard, A., farm servant, 46 Kinnaird St. 
Leslie, Chas., gardener, 5 Lochland St. 
Leslie, George, 47 Kinnaird Street 
Leslie, J. G., coal merchant, 9 Millgate 
Leslie, James, bleacher, 35 North Port. 
Leslie, John, engineer, 37 Lochlands St 
Leslie, Peter, labourer, 14 Ann Street. 
Leslie, Robert, Loftus, Nolt Loan Road 
Leslie, Wm. H. G.. 78^ Keptie Street 
Leslie. Margaret, 37 Culloden Road. 
Leslie, Mark, 24 Rossie Street. 
Leuchars, Andrew, mill mgr.. 2 Stanley St 
Leuchars, G., machineman, 23 Millgate Ln. 
Leuchars, Joseph, mechanic, 25 Palmer St. 
Leuchars, W. F., ironmonger 13 E. Abbey 

Street 
Leuchars, Miss, 28 Hamilton Green 



Leuchars, Mrs, 31 Leonard Street 
Liddle, Andrew B., 240 High Street 
Liddlc, Jemima, dressmaker, 6 Academy St 
Lindsay, A., millworker, 36 Ladybridge St 
Lindsay, D v 79 Guthrie Port 
Lindsay, David, plumber, 10-12 Applegate. 
Lindsay, David, heckler, 2 Ann Street. 
Lindsay, John, 39 Green Street. 
Lindsay, Peter, lapper, 27 Union St. E. 
Lindsay. Peter, 8 Union Street West 
Lindsa}', R., salmon fisher, 8 Jamieson St 
Lindsay, W., flaxdresser, 21 W. Newgate. 
Lindsav, Hannah, weaver, 18 Rossie St. 
Lindsav, Margt.. spinner, 32 E. Abbey St. 
Lindsay, Miss Martha, 34 St Mary St. 
Lindsav, Mrs, 21 John Street 
Lindsay, Mrs Annie, 10 West Newgate 
Lindsay, Mrs I. A. C. 175 High Street 
Lindsav, Mrs M., 8 Applegate 
Lindsav, Mrs W„ 33 North Port. 
Lindsay Mrs Wm., 5 Ernest Street. 
Lisk, Mrs Eliz., 11 p:rnest Street 
Lisk. Mrs Mary. 11 Brothock Bridge 
Littlejohn, D., solicitor, South Bank, Ar- 

birlot Road 
Littlejohn, T insur. agent, 29 Guthrie Pt. 
Littlejohn, Miss Helen, 12 Rosebank. 
j Littkjohn, .Miss Jane, 2 Millgate Loan 
i Littlejohn, Mrs, 31 Ernest Street 
Liveston, J. K., tenter, 38 Dishland St. 
Livingstone, Duncan, brass moulder, 19 

Catherine Street 
Livingstone, J., fireman, 9 Leonard Street. 
Livingstone, J., shoemaker, 82 High St. | 
Livingstone, W., residenter. 2 Millgate Ln. 1 
Lockhart Wm. D.. 58 Helen Street 
Logie, Bella, 3 East Mill Wynd 
Lorimer, Mrs, 31 Fergus Square 
Lorimer. Mrs Isobel. Hayshead Road. 
Low, Alex., labourer. 7 Anderson Street. ' 
Low, Alex., watchmaker, 20 Gowan St. , I 
Low, Alex., shop assist., Brechin Road j 
Low, Andrew, 100 Keptie Street 
Low, David, moulder, 26 Gowan Street. I 
Low, G. W.. licensed grocer, 240 High St 
Low, John, coachman, 25 Ponderlaw St. 
Low, Tohn. 46 Ladvioan 
Low, R.. 79 High Street 
Low, Robert, journalist, 4 Culloden Ter 
Low, Robert, gardener, 35 Ann Street. 
Low, Robt., mechanic. 19 Culloden Road 
Low, Ann, widow, 33 Lindsay Street. 
Low, Miss Isobel Mary, 26 Dalhousie 

Place. 
Low, Mrs, 13 Hillend Road 
Low, Mrs Catherine, 59 St Mary St. 
Low, Mrs Margaret. 13 St Vigeans Road 
Low, Mrs Mary A., 4 Shore. 
Lowden. D.. shoemaker. 4 Carnegie Street. 
Lowden, James, 36 Sidney Street 
Lowden. Agnes, 6 James Street. 
Lowden. Mrs J.. 2 Walker Place. 
Lowe, Daniel, tenter. 16 Bridge Street 
Lowe, G. B.. tenter. 17 Colvill Place 
Lowe, John, waste merchant, 94 Keptie St. 
Lowe, T. T-. law agent. 28 Addison PI. 
Lowe, Mrs Ann. 33 Lindsay Street 
Lownie. A. S., railwav clerk, 93 Keptie St. 
Lownie, Alexander, printer. 4 Applegate 



150 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Established 1850. 

Peter Herron & Sons 

ENGINEERS AND OXYACETYLENE WELDERS, 

AND 
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS AND HORSESHOERS, 

22 PONDERLAW STREET, 

AND 

10 SOUTH GRIMSBY, 

ARBROATH. 



SPECIALISTS IN 



ACETYLENE WELDING, STEAM, GAS, AND OIL ENGINES, 
WINDMILLS, 

Ornamental Gates and Railings. 



WE ARE ALSO BUYERS OF ANY OLD MACHINERY, 
SCRAP, &c. 

Estimates Given. Telephone 14.'}. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



151 



Lownie, David, 45 Lochland Drive. 
Lownie, Mrs Agnes. 27 Bank Street. 
Lownie, Mrs C, 18 Gowan Street 
Lowson, A. P., coal agent. 53 Keptie St. 
Lowson, Alex., engineer, 16 Ernest Street. 
Lowson, Alex., jun., 16 Ernest Street 
Lowson, Geo., railwayman, 16 Hannah St. 
Lowson, John, signalman, 14 Hannah St. 
Lowson Miss M., 58 St Mary St. 
Lowson, Miss M., residenter, 7 Queen St. 
Lucas, Mrs Gertrude, Elms, Cairnie Road 
Lumgair, Alex., tailor, 5 Rossie Street. 
Lumgair, Alex. M., 9 Kyd Street 
Lumgair, Charles, foreman, 20 Abbot St 
Lumgair, Mrs Ann, 4 Brechin Road 
Lumgair, Mrs Christina, 248 High Street. 
Lumgair, Mrs James, 9 Lochland St 
Lumsden, David, joiner, 21 Duke St. 
Lumsden, M., shoemaker, 210 High St. 
Lundie, Alex., labourer, 18 Fergus St. 
Lundie, G. J., engineer, 65 Abbot St 
Lundie, James, 10 Dishland Street 
Lundie, Elizabeth, spinster, 51 Barngreen. 
Lundie, Miss M., assur. agent, 8 Bank St. 
Lyall, Alex. S. Wo High Street 
Lvall, Wm., joiner, 4 Fergus Square 
Lyall, Isabella, widow, 268 High Street. 
Lyall, Mrs Annie, 26 Maule Street 
Lyall Mrs Isabella, 268 High Street 

M'Alley. John S., teacher, 14 Culloden Tr 
M 'Alpine, George H., 45 Panmure St 
M'Alpine, Joseph, 18 Abbot Street 
M'Alpine, Joseph, lapper, 7 Reform St. 
M'Andrew, Mrs, 10 Helen Street. 
M'Ardle, Geo., shoemaker, 38 Sidney St. 
M'Ardle, Mrs Mary, 36 Ladybridge St. 
M'Arthur, Elizabeth, widow, 24 West 

Mary Street. 
M'Bain, James, chemist, 25 Carnegie St. 
M'Bain, Mrs, 10 Rosemount Road 
M'Bav. Jane, widow. 68 Brechin Road. 
M'Beth, William, clerk, 19 Dishland St 
M'Caffray, John, boot factory worker, 

21 Allan Street 
M'Callum, Arch., Machrimore, Arbirlot Rd 
M'Callum, Colin, dairvman. 17 Wallace St. 
M'Callum, John, guard, 27 Duke Street. 
M'Callum, John, 51 Millgatc Lean 
M'Cargow, George, 36 Millgate Loan 
M'Cartnev. T lapper, 13 Hannah St. 
M'Comb, Robt., bleacher, 18 Gowan St. 
M'Connel, John, joiner, 29 Hamilton Gn. 
M'Cormack, John, Hillend Road 
M'Cormack.. Wm., 10 Maule Street 
M'Crodden, Mrs. 7 lames Street 
M'Crodden, Mrs' Ann, 19 John Street 
M'Culloch, J. D.. bk. acct.. 53 Brechin Rd 
M'Currach, Rev. Wm.. 56 Dishland St. 
M'Currach Walter, Cairnie Road 
M'Dairmid, Mary, 12 Cross Mill Wvnd. 
M'Donald, Alex., 11 Allan Street 
M'Donald, John, fitter, 17 Kinnaird St. 
M'Donald, Peter, 9 Cairnie Street 
M'Donald, Peter, 28 St Marv Street 
M'Donald, Wm., 16 Green Street 
M'Donald, Betsy, 10 Lillies Wynd 
M'Donald, Eliz., millworker. 33 Park St. 
M'Donald, Marv, widow, 22 W. Abbey St. 



M'Donald, Mrs Ann, Hi, Wallace Street 
M'Dowall, Robert, 17 Carnegie Street 
M'Elwee, Rev. (jr. 2 Alexandra Place 
M'Ewan, Alex., 7 Cairnie Street 
M'Ewan, Andrew, 28 Hamilton Green 
M'Ewan, John, 10 Garden Street 
M'Ewan, T., signalman, 14 Colvill Place. 
H Ewan, Agnes, 4 Maule Street 
M'Ewan, Isabella, 2 Lochland Street 
M'Ewan, Misses, 41 Lochland Drive 
M'Ewan, Mrs. 50 Leonard Street 
M'Farlane, Edward. 8 Cross Mill Wynd. 
M'Farlane, James, 11 Abbot Street. 
M'Farlane, John P., iron merchant, 3 Alex- 
andra Place. 
M'Farlane, Wilson, 9 West Newgate 
M'Gillivary, W. paimter, 22 W. Newgate 
M'Gilivrav. J. D., signal tower, Ladyloaa 
M'Gillivray, Mrs E., 21 Ann Street 

engineer, Baldovan St. 
harbourmaster, Arbir- 



M'Glashan, Chas.. 
ALGlashan, G. P. 

lot Road 
M'Glashan, Tohn, 



23 Brechin Road 
M'Glashan, R., insur. agt., 20 Hannah St 
M'Glashan, Peter, 2 Bakers Wynd 
M'Glashan, Mrs Emma, 240 High St 
M'Glashan, Mrs M. A., 20 Hannah St 
M 'Gowan, James, 60 Markctgate 
M'Gravey, Alex., 2 Osborne Terrace 
M 'Gravy, Peter, 9 Anderson Street 
M'Gregor, D., 8 Brechin Road 
M'Gregor, H. W., hairdresser, 50 St Mary 

Street. 
M'Gregor, J., railway guard, 13 Elliot St. 
M'Gregor, James, salesman, 6 Hope St. 
M'Gregor, James, smelter, 18 Barngreen 
M'Gregor, John, 5 Cross Mill Wynd. 
M'Gregor, John K., railway porter, 18 St 

Mary Street. 
M'Gregor, Robt.. green kpr.. 18 Hill PI 
M'Gregor. Thos., butcher, 3 Elliot St 
M'Gregor, William, 2 Havswell Road 
M'Gregor, Christine, 253 High Street 
M'Gregor, Mrs Robina B.. 29 W. Abbey St 
M'Gurk, John. 41 Lochland Street 
M'Gurk, John, yarn warehouseman, 21 

Church Street. 
M'Inrov, Mr? Isabella, Ivor, Strachan St 
MTntosh, Alex.. 8 St Mary Street 
M'Intosh, Alexander, 56 Howard St. 
M'Intosh. David, 43 Lochlands Dritfe 
M'Intosh, Donald currier, 80 Brechin Rd. 
MTntosh, J., engineer, 41 Kinnaird St. 
MTntosh, James, mason, 51 Ladyloan. 
MTntosh, James, railway guard, 15 Kin- 
naird Street 
MTntosh, Mrs, 28 Cairnie Street 
MTntosh, Mrs T. A., weaver, 38 Leonard St. 
M'Ii*tyre 4 Murdoch, 7 Murray Place 
MTntyre, Jane, widow, 1 Ann Street. 
M Kay, Charles, 48* St Marv Street 
M'Kav. David, 69 Helen Street 
M'Kav Harry, grocer, 8 Fergus Square 
M'Kay, Norman, blacksmith, 4 Lochland St. 
M'Kav, Wm., 9 S: Yigeans Road 
M'Kav, Mrs A., 14 Robert Street 
M'Kechnie, Mrs Marv. 44 St Marv St 
M'Kenzie, Arch. ] .. 36 Hill Street 
M'Kenzie, Don , collector, 2 W. Abbey St 



152 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JAMES RUXTON 

CHEMIST, 
"STAR" PHARMACY, 

Keptie Angle - <- Arbroath 

Telegrams — " Ruxton, Chemist, Arbroath." 



PRESCRIPTIONS DISPENSED. 

DRUGS AND SUNDRIES. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC REQUISITES. CHEMICALS. 
SPECTACLES. 

SIGHT-TESTING TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS. 



Archibald Donald & Son 

Plasterers, Cement Workers, 
and ^Uile Specialists, - - - 

East Mary Street, - - Arbroath. 

'Phone No. 257. 



ORDERS IN TOWN AND COUNTRY PROMPTLY AND CARE- 
FULLY ATTENDED TO. 



BREEZE BLOCKS MADE TO ORDER FOR PARTITION WALLS. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



153 



M'Kenzie, Ed., mechanic, 56 Marketgate. 
M'Kenzie, Harvey, 20 St Vigeans Road 
M'Kenzie, James 34 Brechin Road 
M'Kenzie, James, mechanic, 18 Ernest St. 
.M'Kenzie, \Ym., engine driver, 13 Cross 

Mill Wynd. 
, M'Kenzie, Jane, domestic servant, 15 

Lochland Street. 
M'Kenzie, Margaret, 10 Kyd Street. 
M'Kenzie, Miss, 19 Panmure Street 
M'Kenzie, Miss Jane, 3 Fergus Street 
M'Kenzie, Mrs E.. 45 Hill Street 
M'Kenzie, Mrs M., weaver, 11 Ernest St. 
M'Kenzie, Mrs Mary, Cairnie Road 
M'Kenzie, Mrs Susan, 14 Millgate Loan 
M'Kerracher, M., printer, 45 Wallace St 
M'Kimmie, W., pensioner, 14 Green St. 
M'Kinnon, D., 30 Barhgreen 
M'Kinnon, H., labourer, 53 W. Abbey St. 
M'Kinnon, Thos.. labourer, 19 N. Grimsby 
M'Kinnon, Mrs, 3 Lordburn 
M'Knight, Miss Eliz., 44^ Fergus Square 
M'Laggan, James, stoker, 7 Park Street 
M'Laren, J., engine driver, 9 Bank St. 
M'Laren, P., patternmaker, 33 Howard St. 
M'Laren, Isabella. 9 Park Street 
M'Laren, Miss Ellen, Strachan Street 
M'Lauchlan, E., moulder, 72 Howard St. 

M'Lean, David, 19 Cairnie Street 

M'Lean, David C, 30 Ann Street 
M'Lean, James, 21 Sidney Street 
M'Lean, John R., ironturnev, 19 Spink St 
M'Lean, Win., vintner. 16 Lochland Street. 
M'Lean, Margaret, 17 Park Street. 
M'Lean, Mrs H., widow, Strachan St. 
M'Lean, Mrs Jane, 3 Bakers Wynd. 
M'Leav, T- ( ^>-. foreman. 32 Hamilton Gn 
M'Lee, K., carter, 24 Millgate Loan. 
M'Leish, John, 23 Barn'green 
M'Leish, Mrs I., 37 W. Keptie Street 
M'Lennan, D., pastry baker, 11 Hay's Lane. 
M'Lennan, D. E., 15 Convent Street 
M'Leod, Edward D., 40 Rossie Street 
M'Leod, Evan, clerk, 11 W. Keptie St. 
M'Leod, Frank, 76 Marketgate 
M'Leod, Geo. C., clerk, 66 Fergus Sq. 
M'Leod, George, moulder. 40 Leonard St. 
M'Leod, James, clerk, 6 Fergus Square. 
M'Leod, James, 36 Millgate Loan 
M'Leod, Wm, tailor's cutter, 2 Culloden 
M'Leod, Elizabeth, widow, 8 Hill Road. 
M'Leod. Miss Tessie. 26 Fergus Street 
M'Leod, Mrs, "46 John Street 
M'Manus, Mrs. 15 Millgate Loan 
M'Millan, G-, 38 Helen Street 
M'Millan, Jas., ironworker, 20 Howard St 
M'Millan, " Mrs M., preserve worker, 3 

St Vigeans Road 
M'Mullen, Mrs C, widow, 10 Queen St. 
M'Nab, G., marine engineer, 2 Rosemount 

Road. 
M'Nab, Barbara, winder, 46 Lochland St 
jVl'Nab. Misses, 4 Rosemount Road 
M'Nally, Mrs J., 70 Marketgate 
M'Naughton, James B.. Academy Lane 
M'Naughton, William S., moulder, 36 St 

Vigeans Road 
M'Naughton, Miss Jessie, factor}- worker, 
22 St Mary Street. 



M'Nicoll, Alexander, mill foreman, 43 

Dishland Street 
M'Nicoll, D., blacksmith, 22 St Mary St 
M'Nicoll, John, baker, 31 Panmure Street 
M'Phee, Nicol R., 10 Smithy Croft 
M'Pherson, A., machineman, 57 Barngreen 
M'Pherson, E., teacher, 43 Lady loan 
M'Pherson, James, 57 Kinnaird Street 
M'Pherson, lames, 3 Arrott Street 
M'Pherson, "Tohn, 28 Lillies Wynd 
M'Pherson, W. H., dentist, 8 Market PI 
M'Pherson, William, 20 Hill Place 
' i herson, Miss M., 2 Leonard Street 
M'Pherson, Mrs, 4 Abbey Path 
M'Pherson, Mrs B., 17 Panmure Street 
M'Pherson, Mrs H., 37 Millgate Loan 
M'Quade. Mrs Agnes, « West Marv St 
MOuade, Mrs E., 12 Bakers Wynd 
M 'Queen, James, labourer, 4 Guthrie Hill 
M'Queen, Miss, 18 Cross Mill Wynd 
M'Quillen, Thomas A., excise officer, 20 

Hillend Road 
M'Rae, R. A., chauffeur, 67 Lochland St 
M 'Robbie, James, 23 Fergus Square 
M'Taggart, Airs A. a ., 29 Howard St 
M'Wattie, James, Onega, Nolt Loan Rd 
M'William, Rev. J., 6 Dalhousie Place 
M'Wattie, Mrs I. 14 Addison Place 
M'Wattie, Mrs M., 44 Dishland Street 
Macadam, Mrs M., 44 Brechin Road 
Macara, Geo., china merchant, 34 Hays- 
well Road 
Macbeth, William. 19 Dishland Street 
Macdonald, D. R., hatter and hosier, 

Dulwich, Arbirlot Road 
Macdonald, F. £'., solicitor Cliff House 
Macdonald, J., labourer, 60 Brechin Road 
Macdonald, James, chief constable, Green 

bank 
Macdonald, John, 8 Stuart Street 
Macdonald, John, 17 Kinnaird Street 
Macdonald, P., 9 Cairnie Street 
Macdonald, William, 45 Leonard Street 
Macdonald, William B., patternmaker, 29 

Glover Street 
Macdonald, Miss E., 33 Park Street 
Macdonald, Misses Agnes and Bella K., 

31 Marketgate 
Macdonald, Mrs Betsy, 10 Lillies Wynd 
Macdonald, Mrs Janet, 3 Russell Street 
Macdonald. Mrs M. S., 22 W. Abbey St 
Macfarlane, Edward, 8 Cross Mill Wynd 
Macfarlane, James, 11 Abbot Street 
Macgregor, David, 35 Cairnie Street 
Macgregor, David, 8 Brechin Road 
Macgregor. Harry W.. 50 St Mary St 
Macgregor. John, 5 Cross Mill' Wynd 
Mack, A., licensed grocer, 3 Culloden Rd 
Macintosh. Tames 41 Kinnaird Street 
Mackay, D., 69 Helen Street 
Mackay, D., upholsterer, 39 W. Grimsby 
Mackay, Norman, 4 Lochland Street 
Mackay,- Norman S., 30 Dalhousie Place 
Mackay, Wm., baker. 9 St Vigeans Road 
Mackay, Misses Jane and Margaret, 32 

Addison Place 
Mackenzie. James, 34 Brechin Road 
Mackenzie, James. 18 Ernest Street 



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168 



Mackenzie, James, metal worker, 63 Leon- 
ard Street 
Mackenzie, James, resUlcnter, 38 Lady- 
bridge Street 
Mackenzie, Win., 13 Cross Mill Wynd 
Mackenzie, Jane, 15 Lochland Street 
Mackenzie, Mrs KHz., 34 Cairnie St 
Mackenzie, Mrs J. R., 21 Dalhousie Place 
Mackenzie, Mrs, Jane, 8 Bridge Street 
Mackenzie, Mrs M., Lochlands 
Mackenzie, Mrs Susan, 14 Millgate Loan 
Mackie, David, 42 Keptie Street 
Mackie, G., lorryman, 44 St Mary Street 
Mackie, Mrs Ehz., 18 Maule Street 
Mackie,' Mrs Mary. 9 Duke Street 
Mackintosh, Alex., 8 St Mary Street 
Mackintosh, D., cupola worker, 22 Leon- 
ard Street 
Mackintosh, Jas., solicitor, 2 Seaton Road 
Mackintosh, W. M., 18 Culloden Terrace 
Mackintosh, Catherine, spinster, 55 Leon- 
ard Street 
Mackintosh. Mrs Agnes, 57 Kinnaird St 
Mackintosh, Mrs M 37 West Keptie St 
Mackintosh, Mrs M. F., 18 W. Abbey St 
Maclean, David, 30 Ann Street 
Maclure, Alexander. 46 John Street 
Maclure, E., dyer. 70 Helen Street 
Maelure, J. F., dyer, 3 Fergus Square 
Maclure, Mrs E., weaver, 38 Leonard St 
MacLure, John s , 8 Hill Road 
MacLcnnan. David, 11 Hays Lane 
MacLcnnan Donald, 15 Convent Street 
Macmillan, J., ironworker, 20 Howard St 
Macpherson, David, Lochlands 
Maepherson, James, 57 Kinnaird Street 
Maccruecn, Jas., labourer, 4 Guthrie Hill 
Mailer, A., jun., builder, 28 Dalhousie PI 
Mailer, Alex., builder. 51 Rossie Street 
Mailer, Miss, II. B.. 62 Cairnie Street 
Main, Robert, joiner 17 Ann Street 
Malcolm, Arch., 22 Kyd Street 
Malcolm, John, flaxdresscr, 23 Hay's Lane 
Malcolm, Win., 1 Grcenbank 
Malcolm, Wm., 7 East Abbey Street 
Malcolm, Mrs M., widow, 13 Abbot Street 
Maney. J. G., timekeeper, 7 Guthrie Port 
Mangan Mrs S., widow, 12 Anderson St 
Mann, A. H., tailor, 23 Howard Street 
Mann, Alex., 8 Shore 
Mann, Alex. C... 8 Smithy Croft' 
Mann, James, moulder, 9 George Street 
Mann, Moffat S., 29 St Marv Street 
Mann, Patrick, 21 Church Street 
Mann, Thomas, coachman, 1 Church St 
Mann, Thos.., shoemaker. 24 Lillies Wynd 
Mann, William, slater, 20 Panmure Street 
Mann. Wm., 3 Shore 
Mann. Wm. F.. 55 Sidney Street 
Mann, Miss, 3 Shore 
Mann, Miss E., 15 West Mary Street 
Mann, Mrs A. S.. 3/ Ogilvv Place 
Mann, Mrs Barbara. 10 Elliot Street 
Mann, Mrs G., 3 Hillend Road 
Mann, Mrs Margaret, 42 Rossie Street 
Mann, Mrs Marv. b West Mary Street 
Manson. Donald L.. laundry proprietor, 

48 Nolt Loan Road 
Manzle, J. L., storekeeper, 39 Rossie St 



Manzic, John, 23 Ernest Street 
AlaTchinont Claud, 8 Guwnn Street 
Marnie, And., gardener, 4 Stuart Street 
Mamie, Stewart, moulder, 33 Sidney St 
Marnie, Win., 50 Helen Strict 
Marr, Allan, lapper, 33 Kinnaird Street 
Marr, James, moulder, 15 Gravesend 
Marr. James, tinsmith, 71 l.advloan 
Marr, William, 21 Millgate Loan 
Marr, Wm. C, labourer, 8 St Yiycans Rd 
Marr. Jane S., widow, i'J tiayswell Road 
Marr, Miss Eliza, 92 Helen Street 
Marshall, D. B., shipmaster, 2 Salisbury 

Place 
Marshall, G., vintner, Gayncld 
Marshall, John, 26 Hamilton Green 
Marshall, W v ioreman hackler, 16 John St 
Marshall, Miss E., weaver, 39 Green St 
Marshall, Mrs N., 24 Helen Street 
Martin, Charles, bleach* r, 72 Howard St 
Martin, James, 49 West Grimsby 
Martin, James, 3 St Vigeans Road 
Martin, James, Mason, 24 High Street 
Martin, Jas., blacksmith, 3 W. Newgate 
Martin, John, residenter, 7 Duke Street 
Martin, John, B., stationer, 2 Gowan St 
Martin, Wm., grocer, 62 Fergus Square 
Martin, Win., janitor, Drmondale 
Martin, Miss A., 16 Fergus Street 
Mason, J. L.. residenter, Nolt Loan Road 
Mason, James, 26 Cairnie Street 
Mason, Peter, 20 l'ark Street 
Mason, Mrs .Margaret, 6 Smithy Croft 
Mason, Mary, 5b Helen Stl'Pel 
Masson, George, 33 Leonard Street 
Masson, John 9 West Grimsby 
Masson, Wm. S., 5 Green Street 
Masson, Wm., labourcr t 4 Pondi rlaw Lane 
Mather, David, llaxdresser, 23 Duke St 
Mather, Joint, gardener. 5 St Vigeans Rd 
Mather, S. 11., storekeeper. 19 Panmure St 
Mather, Wm., 80 High Sunt 
Mathers, Alex.. 79 High Street 
Mathers, Alex., 18 Leonard Street 
Mathers, Chas., 97 Keptie Street 
Mathers, Fred, painter, 32 Howard St 
Mathers, J., lapper, 19 Kinnaird Street 
Mathers, James, 58 Cairnie Street 
Mathers, John, painter, 3 Lochland St 
Mathers, John, 37 High Street 
Matheson, Jas., confectioner, 56a High St 
Matheson, Al. I.. 13 Hannah Street 
Mathews, Misses, 32 Hillend Road 
Mathewson, J., lorryman, 8 Barbers Croft 
Mathewson, "Mrs M. 6 Abbey Path 
Mathewson, Elizabeth, widow, 47 Dish- 
land Street 
Mathewson, Isabella, widow. 19 E. Abbey St 
Mathieson. Miss I , laundress, 13 Han- 
nah Street 
Matthew, A I... bottli r. 10 Helen Street 
Matthew. Albirt ironturner, 44 Brechin Rd 
Matthew, B . bleacher. 38 St Vigeans Rd 
Matthew, Charles. 22 Maule Stre.t 
Matthew, D. A., 7 West Abbey Street 
Matthew, David, 64 Fergus Square 
Matthew, Geo., millworker, 12 Abbot St 
Matthew. John, tailor, Albert Street 



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G. TILLOTSON, Bank Agent. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



157 



Matthew, Robt., mechanic, 4 Park Street 
Matthew, Stephen, engineer s traveller, 29 

Hayswell Road 
Matthew, William, foreman, 34 Ann St 
Matthew, Agnes, spinster, 74 Brechin Rd 
Matthew. Annie, housekeeper, 3 Elliot St 
Matthew, Elizabeth, widow, 14 John St 
Matthew, Miss A., 29 Jamieson Street 
Matthew, Misses, 32 Hillend Road 
Matthew, Misses, 64 Rossie Street 
Matthew, .Mrs Jessie, 3 Bakers Wynd 
Matthew. Mrs W.; Maree, Nolt Loan Road 
Matthews, Fred. J. F-, 9 Gowan St 
Matthews, J. S., 18 Dalhousie Place 
Matthews, Miss M , weaver, 14 Helen St 
Matthewson John, 8 Barbers Croft 
Matthewson, Louise, 23 Brothock Bridge 
Matthewson, Mrs, 10 Abbey Path 
Mauchline, John, moulder, 9 John Street 
Mavor, Allan, 2 Cainiie Place 
Mavor, John, 18 Maule Street 
Mavor, Isa Grant, 169 High Street 
Maxwell, Henry, flaxdresser, 20 Park St 
Maxwell, Win., gardener, Bloomfield 
Maxwell, Agnes, housekeeper, 56 Howard 

Street 
Maxwell, Euphemia, factory worker, 26 

Helen Street 
Maxwell, Mary, 19 Cairnie Street 
Maxwell, Miss Mary, dressmaker, 46 Ad- 
dison Place 
Maxwell Mrs Mary J., 19 Fisheracre 
Mavburgh, C, engine-fitter, 21 Guthrie Pt 
Meek. A., cupola wkr., 29 W. Abbey St 
Meek, Charles. 17 Panmure Street 
Meek, David, 18 Lillies Wynd 
Meek, John, 25 Hannah Street 
Meek, Mrs A. M'A., 5 Ernest Street 
Meek, Mrs Jane, 24 Sidney Street 
Meekison, Fred, 4 Lochland Street 
Meekison. George. 38 St Vigetns Road 
Meekison. John, 1 Hill Road 
Meekison. Robert, painter, 19 Hay's Lane 
Meekison, W. M., tailor, 34 Rossie Street 
Meffan, J. M., jeweller, 22 Nolt Loan Rd 
Meikle, Wm. A., 34 Ogilvy Place 
Meikle, Mrs, Viewfield Road 
Meldrum, Geo., slater, 13 Fergus Street 
Melville, D-, cabinetmaker, 1 Shore 
Melville, David, linotype operator, 33 

Culloden Road 
Menmuir, Alex.. 6 Culloden Terrace 
Menmuir, Mary A., 35 W. Mary Street 
Menzies, Alex., fruiterer, 52 Fergus Sq 
Menzies, Mary, widow, 5 Dalhousie Place 
Meredith, Matthew W., 20 Abbot Street 
Michie, T. M. B., billposter, 18 Church St 
Middleton, A., cabinetmaker, 82 Market- 
gate 
Middleton, Alfred, 13 Millgate 
Middleton. Bannerman. 18 Cairnie St 
Middleton, Francis, 7 St Vigeans Road 
Middleton, G., flaxdresser, 18 Millgate Ln 
M^ldleton, James, 43 Wallace Street 
Middleton, las., carter, 26 Helen Street 
Middleton, Robert. 80 Brechin Road 
Middleton, W., cabinetmaker, 20 Addison 

Place 
Middleton, William, carter, 22 Ann Street 



Middleton, Mary A., weaver, 7 Ogilvy PI 
iu .laleton, Miss, 13 Millgate 
Middleton, Miss A., 14 Millgate Loan 
Middleton, Mrs Jessie, 22 Robert Street 
Middleton, Mrs N., 35 East Abbey Street 
Mileman, Rev. A. E., Daisy Cottage, 

Ernest Street 
Mill, Charles, 181 High Street 
Mill, Chas. M., fitter, 57 Sidney Street 
Mill, Duncan, flaxdresser, 13 Russell St 
Mill, Geo., shoemaker, 31 St Mary Street 
Mill, James, shoemaker, 39 Fisheracre 
Mill, James, Cairnie Terrace 
Mill, Stewart. 35 Hayswell Road 
Mill, Wm. C, 24 Cairnie Street 
Mill, Mary, millworker, 19 Church Street 
Mill, Miss H. B., music teacher, 2 Hill 

Terrace 
Mill, Mrs, widow, 1 Abbot Street 
Mill, Mrs A. D., 32 Rossie Street 
Mill, Mrs Allan, 93 High Street 
Mill, Mrs Ann G., 26 West Mary Street 
Mill, Mrs Betsy, widow, 2 Walker Place 
Mill. Mfs Grace. 26 St Mary Street 
Mill, Mrs Isabella, 35 Hayswell Road 
Mill, Mrs Jane, 12 Spink Street 
Mill, Mrs Margaret, 11 Panmure Street 
Mill, Mrs Mary A., 49 Rossie Street 
Mill, Mrs Mary Ann, 15 Russell Street 
Millar, Alex., 8 Cairnie Street 
Millar, Arthur, 13 Fisheracre 
Millar, David.. 55 Guthrie Port 
Millar, George, 14 Garden Street 
Millar, George, 3d Fisheracre 
Millar, George, glazier, 15 Keptie Street 
Millar, H. S., turner, 38 Kinnaird Street 
Millar, James, baker, 16 lamieson Street 
Millar, James, clerk, 17 Ogilvy Place 
Millar, Peter, 2 West Keptie" Street 
Millar, Rev. E. W., The Rectory, Ponder- 

law Street 
Millar, Rev. W. E. G., St Margaret's 

Manse, Keptie Road 
Millar, T., warehouseman, 36 Millgate Ln 
Millar, T., gardener, 13 Colvill Place 
Millar, Wm.., 7 James Street 
.Millar, Wm.', 51 Marketgate 
Millar, Ann, 32 Howard Street 
Millar, Miss, 3-i Glover Street 
Millar, Mr.- Agnes. 2 Bakers Wynd 
Millar, Mrs Agnes, 11 Russell Street 
Millar, Mrs Ann, 40 Green Street 
Millar, Mrs Helen 44 Addison Place 
Millar, Mrs Jessie, 204 High Street 
Millar, Mrs M.. residenter, Strachan St 
Miller, A., marine engr., 13 Fisheracre 
Miller, Alex., shoemaker, 3 Carnegie St 
Miller, David F. U Bank Street 
Miller, George H.. 7 James Street 
Miller, Peter, 2 West Keptie Street 
Miller, William, 6 James Street 
Milier, Wm., fitter, 38 Howard Street 
Miller. Mrs A. H.. 32 Howard Street 
Miller, Mrs Agnes. 11 Russell Street 
Miller Mrs Isabella. 3 Culloden Terrace 
Milligan, G. A., draper, 37 Howard St 
Milligan, J., draper. 11 Victoria Street 
Milligan, Robt., draper, 6 Princes Street 
Mills, Alexander, gardener, 16 Kyd St 



158 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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East Mary St., Arbroath. 17 Jamieson Street. 

Estimates Given for all Kinds of Mason Work. 
JOBBING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



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Plasterer and - 
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17 Green Street, Arbroath 



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LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



159 



Mills, Richard, 12 Russell Street 
Milne, A., rlaxdresser, 12 Bakers Wynd 
Milne, A., elect, engineer, 20 Park St 
Milne, Adam, 9 Fisheracre 
Milne. Andrew, 13' Duke Street 
Milne, C, 6 Robert Street 
Milne, Charles, tenter, 35 Kinnaird St 
Milne, Charles, residenter, 7 Hay's Lane 
Milne, Charles, residenter, Keptie Road 
Milne, Charles, 11 St Vigeans Road 
Milne, Charles, shoemaker, 69 Sidney St 
Milne. Chas., 10 Guthrie Hill 
Milne, David, shoemaker, 28 Green St 
Milne, David, labourer, 53 Millgate Ln 
Milne, David, 15 Ogilvy Place 
Milne, George S., mechanic, 55 Helen St 
Milne, George, draper, 3 Hill Road 
Milne, Isaac, moulder, 24 Howard Street 
Milne, James, 22 Ann Street 
Milne, John, machineman, 24 Glover St 
Milne, John, 9£ Applegate 
Milne, John, 21 Cairnie Street 
Milne, T. B., iron tnr., 25 W. Abbey St 
Milne, W., factory wkr., 11 W. Mary St 
Milne, W., foreman mechanic, 1 Hill Rd 
Milne, W. E„ 31 Guthrie Hill 
Milne, William, carter, 36 Ann Street 
Milne, Wm, patternmaker, 4 Stanley St 
Milne, Wm... 17 Cross Mill Wynd 
Milne, Wm., 41 Lochlands Drive 
Milne, Wm. W., baker, 17 W. Mary St 
Milne, Elizabeth B., 50 Leonard Street 
Milne, Isabella, weaver, 6 Union St 
Miln, Miss Helen, 18 Addison Place 
Milne, Miss M., photographer, 29 Hamil- 
ton Green 
Milne, Mrs Ann, 27 St Mary Street 
Milne, Mrs Christina, 30 Kyd Street 
Milne, Mrs D., 39 Green Street 
Milne, Mrs Eliz., 20 Leonard Street 
Milne. Mrs Han. N.. 12 Gowan Street 
Milne, Mrs James, 27 St Mary Street 
Milne Mrs James, 12 Spink Street 
Milne, Mrs Jean, 13 West Mill Wynd 
Milne, Mrs Jessie, 53 Barngreen 
Milne, Mrs Jessie A., 9 W. Keptie St. 
Milne, Mrs M., laundry worker, 13 Duke 

Street 
Milne, Mrs Marv, 39- Green Street 
Milne, Mrs R. W., widow, 10 Wallace St 
Mitchell, Alexander, tailor, 25 John St 
Mitchell, Alexander, baker, 1 Elliot St 
Mitchell, C, engine-driver, 12 Barngreen 
Mitchell, C., marine engr., Strachan St 
Mitchell, C, labourer, 32 St Vigeans Rd 
Mitchell Charles, 31 Cairnie Street 
Mitchell, D., currier, 18 West Abbev St 
Mitchell, D., 1 Elliot Street 
Mhchell, D. B.. 9 Park Street 
Mitchell, D. M., cartel, 24 Robert Street 
Mitchell, Dun., carter, 18 Millgate Loan 
Mitchell, Edward, 21 Millgate Loan 
Mitchell, Fred., 21 Hayswell Road 
Mitchell, Frederick, labr., 4 Reform St 
Mitchell, G. M.j tailor, Demondale 
Mitchell, George. 10 Garden Street 
Mitchell, George, mechanic. 12 Russell St 
Mitchell, I , mill wrkr., 6 St Vigeans Rd 
Mitchell, James, 36 Cairnie Street 



Mitchell, James, lapper, 11 Jamieson St 
Mitchell, fas., fiaxdresser, 18 Dishland St 
Mitchell, John, 79 Guthrie Port 
Mitchell, R., cycle agent, 44 Hamilton Gn 
Mitchell, Robert, 23 Old Shore Head 
Mitchell, Thomas M'W., commercial tra- 
veller, Cairnie Road 
Mitchell, Thos., lathsplitter, 14 Glover St 
Mitchell, W. tenter, 22 Brechin Road 
Mll.chell, Wm. C, .o Millgate Loan 
Mitchell, W. W., Olympia mgr., Strachan 

Street 
Mitchell, Agnes, 40 Green Street 
Mitchell, Miss A., residenter, 24 Victoria 

Street 
Mitchell, Miss Isa, millworker, 6 St Vi- 
geans Road 
Mitchell, Mrs, 19 N. Grimsby 
Mitchell, Mrs Agnes, 64 Guthrie Port 
Mitchell, Mrs Alice, 17 Jamieson Street 
Mitchell, Mrs E. J., 18 Brechin Road 
Mitchell, Mrs F., 21 Hayswell Road 
Mitchell, Mrs J., 7 Fergus Street 
Mitchell, Mrs Mary, 54 Helen Street 
Mitchell, Mrs Mary, 39 Millgate Loan 
Mitchell, Mis Sarah, 8 Culloden Terrace 
Mitchell, Mrs Wm., 30 West Keptie St 
Moffat, J., town missionary, 19 Howard 

Street 
Moffat, Joseph, umbrella maker, 22 Dal- 

housie Place 
Moffat, Mrs E.. 24 Helen Street 
Moffat, Mrs M." millworker, 21 Rossie St 
Moir, David, teacher, 40 Helen Street 
Moir, E., Rosebrae 

Moir, James, traveller, 8 W. Keptie St 
Moir, James, 56 Dishland Street 
Moir, James K., draper, 177 High Street 
Moir, Wm., fishdealer, 7 Applegate 
Moir, Wm.. 21 Green Street 
Moir, Mrs "Charlotte, 18 Colvjll Place 
Moir. Mrs George, 11 St Vigeans Road 
Mollison, C, ironmonger, 29 E. Abbey St 
Mollison, George, 1 Dishland Street 
Mollison, James, labourer, 3 Maule Street 
Mollison, John, vaninan. 6 Abbot Street 
Mollison, Margaret, spinster. 28 Ernest St 
Mollison, Miss Isabella,' 45 Elliot Street 
Mollison, Misses Maggie, Susan, and Liz- 
zie, Waverley Temperance Hotel 
Mollison, Mrs M., widow, 11 Bank Street 
Molteni, Margaret, 53 Kinnaird Street ' 
Moncur Mrs J. C, widow, 70 Nolt Loan 

Road 
Monro, Andrew, irondresser, 42 Applegate 
Monro, Charles, baker, 62 Helen Street 
Monro, James. 47 Wallace Street 
Monro, James, baker, 11 Lillies Wynd 
Monro, Martin, 60 Millgate Loan 
Montgomery, J. R., 37 Ann Street 
Moodie, James, 21 Fergus Street 
Moodie, William, 5 Hill Road 
Moonlight, Chas., tailor, Brothock Bridge 
Moonlight, Jas. G.. 13 Union Street 
Moore, Alex", fitter, 24 Helen Street 
Moore, Alex. P., 3 Shore 
Moore, Charles, butcher, 62J Keptie Street 
Moore, David, 18 Fergus Square 
Moore, DaviJ, 3 Leonard Street 



160 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Joseph Moffat 

Umbrella Maker and 
Leather Goods Dealer 

32 Keptie Street, Arbroath 



WE SPECIALISE IN 

Umbrellas, Travelling Requisites, 
and Fancy Leather Goods. 



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32- KEPTIE STREET-32 

ARBROATH. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



161 



Moore, George, labourer, 9 Lochland St 
Moore, John, 9 Leonard Street 
Moore, Samuel, 1 Hannah Street 
Moore, Wm. L.. 41 Lordburn 
Moore, Mrs Mary, 67 Lochland Street 
Moran, James 10 Murray Place 
Moran, Mrs Jane, 35 North Port 
Morris, Thos., bleacher, 72 Lochland St 
Morris, Wm., retired shipmaster, 45 Dish- 
land Street 
Morris, Mrs, 56 Marketgate 
Morris,' Mrs C, 20 Smithy Croft 
Morrison, Adam, tailor, 3£ Fergus Street 
Morrison, Andrew, 7 Ladyloan 
Morrison, Arch., moulder, 25 John St 
Morrison, Geo., blacksmith, 31 Abbot St 
Morrison, Geo., clicker, 15 Dishland St 
Morrison, James, 16 Commerce Street 
Morrison, James, carter, 43 Ladyloan 
Morrison, John, 23 Millgate Loan 
Morrison, W., plasterer, 27 Green Street 
Morrison, Wm., bleacher, 43 Lochland St 
Morrison, Wm., ironturner, 34 Hamilton 

Green 
Morrison, Wm., 27 Green Street 
Morrison, Helen, spinster, 12 Abbot St 
Morrison, Henrietta E., 34 Glover Street 
Morton, Peter D., confectioner, 11 Lind- 
say Street 
Morton, Helen J ., housekeeper, 3 Dor- 
ward Place 
Morton, Mary, 21 Duke Street 
Mostyn, John, 10 Brechin Road 
Mostyn, Martin, 62 Helen Street 
Mostyn, W., labourer. 18 Fergus Square 
Moug, Robert, 18 West Grimsby 
Mowbray, G., surfaceman, 10 James Street 
Mowbray, Geo , 10 James Street 
Mowbray. Wm., 27 Abbot Street 
Moyes, Albert B„ 43 Brechin Road 
Muckart, T. A., decorator, 35 Brechin Rd 
Mudie, Alex., hairdresser, 5 Allan Street 
Mudie, Wm., painter, 76 Marketgate 
Mudie, Mrs Catherine, 37 Ernest Street 
Mudie, Mrs Margaret C, 11 W. Newgate 
Muir, Alex. B., 1 Green Street 
Muir, Andrew, 17 Park Street 
Muir, William, painter. 30 Helen Street 
Muir, Mrs Eliz., 4 Applegate 
Muir. Mrs Janet. 2 Stuart Street 
Mundin, Harrv 35 Lindsay Street 
Mundin, Margaret, 19 Elliot Street 
Mundin, Mrs W.. 14 Helen Street 
Munro, Alex., 33 Park Street 
Munro, Alex., carter. 19 E. Mill Wynd 
Munro. David, 49 Wallace Street 
Munro, George, 1 George Street 
Munro, Henry, chauffeur, 9 Ogilvv Place 
Munro, James, mechanic. 45 Leonard St 
Munro, James, baker, 11 Lillies Wynd 
Munro. James, 3 Lillies Wynd 
Munro, James 8 Keptie Street 
Munro, James 47 Wallace Street 
Munro. Martin, 60 Millgate Loan 
Munro, Thos?, moulder. 26 Wardmill Rd 
Munro, William. 39 Sidney Street 
Munro. W'illiam, 22 Smithy Croft 
Munro Wm , 27 Panmure Street 
Munro, Misses A. W. & J. H., 10 Hill PI 



Murrav, 


Fred. C, 


Murray, 


G. F., 9 


Murray, 


James C, 


Murrav, 


Lawrence 



Munro, Mrs J., millworker, 16 Smithy C 
Munro, Mrs Mary Ann, millworker, 28 

East Mill Wynd 
Murdoch, David, 35 Ifisher'acre 
Murray, A. W., vintner, 11 E Abbey St 
Murray, Alex., 43 Lochlands Drive 
Murray, David, joiner, 20 Rossie Street 
Murray, David S., labourer, 21 Lordburn 
' 15 II ill end Road 

Wallace Street 

41 Dishlaad Street 

A.. 33 Panmure Street 
Murray, Peter G., clerk, 62 Fergus Sq 
Murray, Rev. James, 34 Gowan Street 
Murray, Robert, signalman, 60 Fergus Sq 
Murray, Wm., 23 Dishland Street 
Murray, Win., 23 Ladyloan 
Murray, Isabella, widow, 48 Lochland St 
Murray, Mrs A., widow, 3 Lochland St 
.Murray, Mrs Annie, 28 Hannah Street 
Murray, Mrs Elizabeth, 37 W. Newgate 
Murray, Mrs Isabella, 48 Lochland St 
Murrav. Mrs Isabella. 5 Bank Street 
Murray. Mrs M. 4 27 Glover Street 
Murrav, Mrs M., widow, 14 Rossie Street 
Murray, Airs Robert, 21 Elliot Street 
Myles, Albert, tailor, 46 Fergus Square 
Myles, Alex., cutter, 30 Hayswell Road 
Myles, C. Y., merchant tailor, Wellbank 
Myles, Ernest, clothier, 31 Brechin Road 
Myles, George, currier, 4 Queen Street 
Myles, James, 30 Fergus Street 
Myles, James, moulder, 33 Lindsay St 
Myles Robert, moulder,' 30 Helen Street 
Mvles. Wm. F., 9a Millgate 
Myles, Mrs Bella, 5 Fergus Square 

Nairn, Arthur F., 51 Green Street 

Nairn, Henry, 19 High Street 

Nairn, James, engineer, 8 St Vigeans Rd 

Nairn, James, 16 Cross Mill Wynd 

Nairn, James, 39 West Newgate 

Nairn, Jas., cabinetmaker, 62 Gravesend 

Nairn, Agnes, spinster, 12 Academy St 

Nairn, Margaret, 35 Rossie Street 

Nairn, Mrs, 16 Ann Street 

Nairn, Mrs Ann, 31 Culloden Road 

Nairn. Miss Isobel, 30 Green Street 

Nairn, Mrs Jane. 2 Hayswell Road 

Nairn, Miss Margaret, 41 Tohn Street 

NaTrn. Mrs Margaret, 80i Cairnie Street 

Nairn, Mrs Mary, 3 Shore 

Napier, Alex., lapper, 12 Hannah Street 

Napier, Alex. F., grocery manager, 197 

High Street 
Napier, Andrew, moulder, 25 Elliot St 
Napier, Charles, 5-7 West Abbey Street 
Napier, David E. A., linotype operator, 

35 John Street 
Napier, D. S., postman, 92 Helen Street 
Napier. George, 60 Rossie Street 
Napier, J., mill foreman, 52 St Yigeans 

Road 
Napier, James, lorryman, 46 Helen Street 
Napier, James, plumber, 34 Maule Street 
Napier, James, 11 Ernest Street 
Napier. Tohn, 17 Barngreen 
Napier, John, 31-35 East Abbey Street 



162 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

JAMES A. THOMSON 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

IRONMONGER AND SEEDSMAN. 



Household Furnishings. 
Farmers' Accessories- 
Tools for All Trades. 

Ranges, Grates, and Tiles. Guns and Ammunition. 

Bee Keepers' Supplies. 

Engineers', Joiners', and Blacksmiths' Furnishings. 



134 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 

'Phone No. 116. 

Established 1856. Telephone No. 11. 



On the Breakfast Tables of the Best Families in Town 
or County. 

OUR PURE TEAS AND 
COFFEES. 



ANDREW SCOTT, 

195 HIGH ST., ARBROATH. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



103 



Napier, John G., 10 Colvill Place 
Napier, Robert, flaxdresser, 98 Keptie St 
Napier, Robina D., 13 Queen Street 
Napier, Samuel, tenter, 19 Elliot Street 
Napier, Mrs, 12 Wallace Street 
Naughton, John 22 Jamieson Street 
Naughton, Wm., tenter, 37 St Mary St 
Naysmith, Mrs Hannah, 156 High Street 
Neave, Charles, storekeeper, 9 Union St 
Neave, George, moulder, 35 Fergus Street 
Neave, George, clerk, 37 Howard Street 
Neave, James 21 Fergus Square 
Neave, Mrs Jessie, 8 Russell Street 
Neave, Mrs M. J., 36 Lochland Street 
Neill, H. V., solicitor, Warslap 
Neilson, John, joiner, 10 Union St. W. 
Neilson, Robert, shoemaker, 7 James St 
Neilson, Mrs, 15 Marketgate 
Neilson, Mrs Agnes M., 70 Helen Street 
Neish, D., railway agent, 53 Dishland St 
Nelson, D., bleacher, 3i St Mary Street 
Nelson, David, 34- St Mary Street 
Nelson, Mrs Agnes R., 12 Russell Street 
Nelson, Mrs J,, millworker, 57 Leonard St 
Newman, James, 4 Wallace Street 
Nicol, Alex., labourer, 16 E. Mill Wynd 
Nicpl, Alexander, 43 West Grimsby 
Nicol, Arch, T James Street 
Nicol, Bryce B., 14 Robert Street 
Nicol, James. 11 West Mill Wvnd 
Nicol, James, 20 Hill Place 
Nicol, Robert, 23 Church Street 
Nicol, Robert, 25 East Mill Wynd 
Nicol. Wm., mechanic, 49 St Mary Street 
.Nicol, Mrs Isabella, 39 Ladybridge Street 
Nicol, Mrs M., 3 Arrott Street 
Nicoll, Alex., 60 Guthrie Port 
Nicoll, Alex., shoemaker, 16 E. Mill Wy 
Nicoll, Alexander, 19 Bog Lane 
Nicoll, Angus, 7 Wardmill Road 
Nicoll, Archibald, fitter, 7 James Street 
Nicoll, Charles, 17 Catherine Street 
Nicoll, D. H. £ 16 Ernest Street 
Nicoll, David, moulder, 32 Fergus Square 
Nicoll, David, bleacher, 2 Reform Street 
Nicoll, David, shoemaker, 48 Sidney St 
Nicoll, David, slater, 24 Dishland Street 
Nicoll, Ewen, labourer, 21 Park Street 
Nicoll, Harry, 17 West Abbey Street 
Nicoll, J. A., blacksmith, 42 Culloden Rd 
Nicoll, James, 'Hume Street 
Nicoll, James, 39 Leonard Street 
Nicoll, James, shoemaker, 11 W. Mill Wy 
Nicoll, James S., law clerk, 26 Sidney St 
Nicoll, John, mechanic, 3 Abbey Path 
Nicoll, John, residenter, 33 Cairnie St 
Nicoll, John, 65 Ladyloan 
Nicoll, John M., lapper, 68 Cairnie St 
Nicoll, Peter, baker, 37 Lordburn 
Nicoll, Robert W., engineer, 14 Kvd St 
Nicoll, W., mechanic, 49 St Mary Street 
Nicoll, W., ticket collector, 19 Ann St 
Nicoll, William. 2 Guthrie Hill 
Nicoll, Wm., fireman, 2 Guthrie Hill 
Nicoll, Agnes, 268 High Street 
Nicoll, Isabella, widow, 4 Queen Street 
Nicoll, Mrs, 32 Fergus Square 
Nicoll, Mrs, 35 Ogilvy Place 
Nicoll, Mrs, 44 Kinnaird Street 



Nicoll, Mrs, 4 Maule Street 
Nicoll, Mrs A., weaver, 2 West Mill Wy 
Nicoll, Miss Agnes, 30 Hamilton Green 
Nicoll. Mrs Emilv 9 Culloden Road 
Nicoll, Mrs Isabella, 1 Abbot Street 
Nicoll. Mrs Jean, Viewfield Road 
Nicoll, Mrs M., 15 Millgate Loan 
Nicoll, Mrs Mary F., o Hillend Road 
Nicoll, Mrs Mary, 76 Cairnie Street 
Niven, Alex., postman, 8 St Vigeans Rd 
Niven, Margaret and Jemima, 6 Osborne 

Terrace 
Noble, Ed., shoemaker, 37 West Newgate 
Norrie, Hercules, joiner, 16 John Street 
Norrie, John, 39 John Street 

O'Brien, P., 53 West Grimsby 
O'Brien, P., 38 Leonard Street 
O'Brien, Mrs Annie, 27 Dishland Street 
O'Connor, Mary, weaver, 23 Hamilton Gn 
O'Kane, Patrick 55 Panmure Street 
O'Kane, Jane, weaver, 34 Hamilton Gn 
Oaklej', Mrs George, 23 Park Street 
Officer, Henry L., 38 Brechin Road 
Ogg, John L., lapper, 19 Millgate Loan 
Ogg, Lawson, calendar worker, 25 Gowan 

Street 
Ogg, W., foreman lorryman. 13 Ann St 
Ogg, Wm., plasterer, 54 Cairnie Street 
Ogs-. Mrs J. M., 32 [amieson Street 
Ogilvie, A., 28 Culloden Terrace 
Ogilvie, James, hackle machine foreman, 

42 John Street 
Ogilvie, Wm., currier, 20 Leonard Street 
Ogilvie, Charlotte, widow, 169 High St 
Oerilvie Mrs L., 10 Hillend Road 
Oldacie, H., sergt. -major, Bty. Drill Hall, 

West Abbey Street 
Oliver, Adam, solicitor, 12 Rosemount Rd 
Olsen, H. M., master mariner, 36 Rossie St 
Ormond, Wm, bleacher, 30 Rossie Street 
Ormond, Mrs, widow, 12 Anderson Street 
Osborne, James. 46 East Abbey Street 
Oswald, Jane, spinster, 74 Marketgate 
Ovens, Thos., painter, 30 Sidney Street 
Ovenstone, Philip, spirit merchant, 160 

High Street 
Owen, Thos., dealer, 53 W. Abbey Street 

Palmer, David, 56 Brechin Road 
Park, And., 7 Hayswell Road 
Parker, David, labourer, 7 Convent Street 
Parker, James 69 Guthrie Port 
Parrv Miss W., 8 St Vigeans Road 
Parsons, T. W., music teacher, 54 Addi- 
son Place 
Paterson, Alex., manager, 10 Millgate Ln 
Paterson, Alex., engineer, SO Kinnaird St 
Paterson, Alex., 4 Ann Street 
Paterson, Alex., painter, 75 Millgate Ln 
Paterson, Chas., Emislaw, Arbirlot Road 
Paterson, D., railway r>orter, 68 Cairnie St 
Paterson, G.. 15 Bank Street 
Paterson, Geo., market gardener, Dish- 
land Hill 
Paterson, Geo., mechanic, 35 Carnegie St 
Paterson, James, mechanic, 26 Ladyloan 
Paterson, James, mechanic, 52 Howard St 
Paterson, P., ironmouldej. 21 Lordburn 



164 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Telephone No. 77. 

James Robertson & Son 

Joiners, Contractors, Undertakers 
and Licensed Valuators. 



By the application of the Most Up-to-Date Methods 
and Machinery, and the Careful Personal Supervision 
of all Orders, they are prepared to execute all work 
entrusted to them in the Most Efficient and Economical 

manner. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

OFFICE FITTINGS AND FURNITURE 
SHOP FITTINGS, SHOW CASES, &c. 
CHURCH FURNISHINGS 



JOBBING WORK CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY 
ATTENDED TO. 

ESTIMATES GIVEN. 



Joinery Works. 

MILLGATE - ARBROATH. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



16 1 



Paterson, Rev. T. U.. 8 Dalhousie Place 
Paterson, Robt., mechanic, 15 Fergus St 
Paterson, T., Arrott Street 
Paterson, Janet, spinster, 8 W. Newgate 
Paterson. Margaret, 25 Rossie Street 
Paterson, Miss, 3 Abbey Path 
Paterson, Miss Mary, 14 Queen Street 
Paterson, Mrs, 2 Duke Street 
Paterson, Mrs, 2 Bakers Wynd 
Paterson, Mrs, 39 Ernest Street 
Paterson, Mrs E., 47 Culloden Road 
Paton, A 1 Applegate 
Paton, A., 63 St Mary Street 
Paton, Alexander, postman, 32 Leonard St 
Paton, Alexander, baker, 5 Hill Road 
Paton, Charles, 25 Ladybridge 
Paton, D., potato agent, 59 Ladyloan 
Paton, David, coachman, 3 Allan Street 
Paton, David, engineer, 82 Rossie Street 
Paton, E., 80 Cairnie Street 
Paton, Geo. T., vanman, 37 Dishland St 
Paton, George Ri, 55 Dishland Street 
Paton. J.. 1 Walker Place 
Paton, John, engine driver, 49 Rossie St 
Paton, \\\, 8 Leonard Street 
Paton, Mrs, 61 Ladyloan 
Paton, Mrs Mary, widow, 5 Duke Street 
Patterson, Alex., ploughman, 4 Ann Street 
Patterson, Alex., labourer, 51 Ladyloan 
Patterson, Alex., clerk of works, 27 Jamie- 
son Street 
Patterson, Alex., engineer, 50 Kinnaird St 
Patterson, Edwin, chauffeur, 48 High St 
Patterson, G., 60 Sidney Street 
Patterson, Geo., mechanic, 35 Carnegie St 
Patterson, Geo. S., engineer, 44 St Vi- 

geans Road 
Patterson, Geo., engineman, 41 Fergus Sq 
Patterson, John, teacher. 37 Brechin Rd 
Patterson, Kenneth, assistant signal light- 
house keeper, Signal Tower 
Patterson R. 15 Fergus Square 
Patterson, Win., 44 Howard Street 
Patterson, Miss W., 33 West Newgate 
Patterson, Mrs E., 47 Culloden Road 
Patterson, Mrs M., 25 Rossie Street 
Pattison, David, labourer, 2 Maule. Street 
Pattison, David, 24 Hamilton Green 
Pattulio, A. B., cattle dh., Salisbury PI 
Pattullo. P., 35 Howard Street 
Pattulio, R. M. ; flaxdresser. 17 Ernest St 
Pattullo. Robt.. 15 Abbot Street 
Pattulio, Miss M.. weaver. 5 Rossie St 
Pattullo. Mr? 1. 1... 14 Gowan Street 
Patullo. J., Arrott Street 
Patullo, Win., shoemaker. 32 Ernest St 
Paul, Ralph, labourer, 33 Park Street 
Payne, P. J machineman, 29 Sidney St 
Peacock, J. H., architect, 5 Albert Street 
Pearson, Alexander, 49 Helen Street 
Pearson, D. J., shoemaker, 25 Kyd Street 
Pearson. F. L. 23 Dickfteld Street 
Pearson, Frank, tailor. 27 Howard Street 
Pearson, J., cloth inspector, 2£ Russell St 
Pearson, J.. 20 Helen Street 
Pearson, James, grocer, 25 Spink Street 
Pearson, R. C. 5 Sidney Street 
Pearson, Wm. J., carter,' 16 Millgate Ln 
Peat, Mrs Salvina, 51 St Marv Street 



Peddie, W., Barngreen 
Penman, Mrs Mary, 20 Millgate 
Penny, Alexander, 6 Glover Street 
Penny, Wm., barman, 8 Fergus Square 
Ptnnycook, R., 13 Green Street 
Pennycook, Robert, 43 Helen Street 
Perrie, Mrs, 41 John Street 
Pert, Alex., fisherman, 5 High Street 
Pert, Arthur, labourer, 10 West Newgate 
Pert, James, labourer, 2 Maule Street 
Pert, John, fisherman, 18 John Street 
Pert. Peter, 75 Millgate Loan 
Pert, William, labourer, 3 Church Street 
Pert, Mrs M., fi>-herwoman, 13 W. Newgate 
Pert, Mrs M., furniture dealer, 16 Apple- 
gate 
Peter, D., machineman, 3 Lillies Wynd 
Peter, Geo., machineman, 19 Hill Place 
Peter, George, grocer, 51 Leonard Street 
Peter, J., tailor & clothier, 9 Princes St 
Peter, Jas. B. H., clerk, 275 High Street 
Peter, Mrs Jane, widow, 8 Fergus Square 
Peters, G., flax insptr., 16-18 Abbey St 
Peters. T., 26 Hamilton Green 
Peters. "Betsy B.. milliner, 271 High St 
Peters, Mrs Am, widow, 5 Princes St 
Peters, Mrs Jane. 32 Rossie Street 
Peters, Mrs Jane, 35 North Port 
Petrie. A., 20 Helen Street 
Petrie, A. C, 197 High' Street 
Petrie, Alex., mechanic, 43 St Mary St 
Petrie, Alex., shoemaker, 15 Sidney St 
Petrie, Alexander A.. 11 Gravesend 
Petrie, Allan, 11 Kinnaird Street 
Petrie, D. D., storekeeper, 26£ Keptie St 
Petrie, David, traveller, 224 High Street 
Petrie. G., 39 St Mary Street 
Petrie, George, lapper, 5 Jamieson St 
Petrie, J., 6 Hill Terrace 
Petrie. j. G.. 9 Glover Street 
Petrie, James, residenter, 30 Addison PI 
Petrie, Jas. \Y.. residenter, 1 Murray PI 
Petrie, John, labourer, 40 Cairnie Street 
Petrie, John" W.. clerk, 14 Lillies Wynd 
Petrie, Joseph. 51 Wallace Street 
Petrie, Robina, spinster, 269 High St 
Petrie, Robt., vain bmr., Hannah Street I 
Petrie, W.. 21 * Park Street 
Petrie, Caroline, spinster, 19 Panmure St | 
Petrie, Helen, 25 Lochland Street 
Petrie, Isabella G., 84 Lochland Street 
Petrie, Miss, dressmaker, 28 Ann Street 
Petrie. Miss A., 7 Park Street 
Petrie, Mrs Agnes D. H, widow, 60 St 

Vigeans Road 
Petrie, Mrs Alexander, 66 Howard Street 
Petrie, Mrs Margaret, 94 Keptie Street 
Petrie, Mrs Matilda, 28 Ann Street 
Petrie, Mrs Jessie 26 Hillend Road 
Petrie, Sarah, 22 Brechin Road 
Philip, G.. 21 Spink Street 
Phillip, Alex, joiner. 14 Russell Street 
Phillip, Barbara, confectioner, 46 High St 
Phillips, Mrs Eliz.. 92 High Street 
Phillips, J., rly. signal fitter, 38 Tohn St 
Phillips, W. T.. 23 North Grimsby 
Phillips, Miss A., spinner, 31 E. Abbey St 
Phillips, Mrs William, 24 Ann Street 
Phimister, Charles, 21 St Mary Street 



166 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Station Cycle Works 

HELEN STREET, ARBROATH. 

We are Experts in Every Branch of the Construction and Repairing of 
Cycles and Motor Cycles, and can Re-plate and Overhaul any make 
of Machine. Stove Enamelling, Re-plating, Brazing. Accessories of 
every description. Moderate Charges. Expert Workmanship. Let 
us Repair your Mangle. New Rollers Fitted at Moderate Price. 

Manufacturer of the Famous Fairy Polishes 

D. FAIRWEATHER, Proprietor. 




You Will find that FISH only of 

the FINEST QUALITY 

are kept at 



Stephen's Fish Mart 

(WHOLESALE AND RETAIL), 

15 Keptie Street - Arbroath. 

Telephone No. 170. 



Finnans, Smokies and Kippers a Specialty. 
Orders by Post or 'Phone Receive Strict Attention. 



MRS D. KERR, 

POTTED MEAT MANUFACTURER, 

44 BARNGREEN - ARBROATH 



One Quality Only— THE BEST. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



107 



Hlii mister, j ., 12 Bakers Wynd 

Phimister, Miss Isabella, 27 Fergus Sq 

Philp, David, butcher, 49 Kinnaird St 

Piggot, J., irondresser, 9 Colvill Place 

Piggot, Mr 5 I., 8 Leonard Street 

Pirie, David, watchmaker, 234 High St 

Pirie, J., shoemaker, 7 Guthrie Port 

Pirie, .1 .. 8 Hillend Road 

Pirie, James, tailor. 33 Howard Street 

Pirie, Gordon, gardener, 17 George St 

Pirie, Mrs, 7 Guthrie Port 

Pine, Mrs Helen S.. 41 Tohn Street 

Pirie, Mrs J., 116 High Street 

Porteous, Mrs Ada A., 164 High Street 

Porter, Charles, 2i Russell Street 

Potter, Geo., signalman, 24 Millgate Ln 

Potter, James, residenter, 80 Rossie Street 

Potter, Mrs, 20 Hill Place 

Potter, Mrs, telephone operator, 12 Brothock 

B rid gp 
Powell, David, shunter, 27 Sidney Street 
Pringle, David, plumber, 53 Kinnaird St 
Proctor, 18 Hannah Street 
Proctor W. T-. 97 Keptie Street 
Proctor, Mrsi 269 High Street 
Proctor, Mrs Jessie. 17 Lochland Street 
Prophet, Wm„ schoolmaster, 265 High St 
Prowse, Alfred W., labourer, 8 W. MarySt 
Pringle, Win., painter, 13 Lillies Wynd 
Prior, F. J., 54 Fergus Square 
Purdie, \V., insur. supt., 8 Havswell Rd 
Purvis, Mrs M. A.. 18 Bridge Street 
Pye, James, labourer, 45 John Street 
Pyott, G., licensed gcr., 51 Lochland St 
Pyott, G. W. 7 Guthrie Port 
Pyott, Geo., jr., newsagent, 3 W. Mary St 
Pyott, Wm., retd. grocer, Strachan Street 
Pyutt, Wm., 13 John Street 

Quinn, Mrs, 22 Ann Street 

Rae, Arthur, moulder, 86 Bit chin Road 

Rae, Charles, 31 Howard Street 

Rae, David, bleacher, 48 Sidney Street 

Rae, George, postman, 64 Marketgate 

Rae, James, joiner. 83 Keptie Street 

Rae, James, 33 Ladvloan 

Rae, Robert, painter, 7 Hill Road 

Rae, William, labourer, 12 Church Street 

Rae, William, 27 Green Street 

Rae, Wm., mill overseer. 29 Jainieson St 

Rae, Agnes, 23 Ladvloan 

Rae, Mrs Isabella. 55 Helen Street 

Rae, Mrs Mary, 43 St Mary Street 

Rae, Mary D., 36 Leonard Stret-t 

Raffan, John, 7 Abbot Street 

Rait. Ellen, spinster, 20 Colvill Place 

Raitt, G. S. K., shoemaker, 13 Panmure St 

Raitt, James, 42 Dishland Street 

Raitt, James B., engineer, 17 Palmer St 

Raitt, Samuel, B. carter, 55 Wallace St 

Raitt, Annie P., spinster. 11 Panmure St 

Ramsay, Charles, 9 Sidney Street 

Ramsay, Crawford, 2 West Keptie Street 

Ramsay, D., merchant tailor, 6 Addison. PI 

Ramsay. David, flaxdresser, 21 Sidney St 

Ramsay, David, 17 Panmure Street 

Ramsay, Geo., 43 Panmure Street 



Ramsay, George, 37 Lordburn 

Ramsay, J. A., postman, 10 James St 

Ramsay, James 21 Millgate Loan 

Ramsay, Jas., bleacher, 24 St Vigeans Rd 

Ramsa"\ , Joseph. 184 High Street 

Ramsay. R. D., bank actuary, 190 High St 

Ramsay, Thomas K.., vintner, 13 Ladyloan 

Ramsay, W., salmonfisher, 33 Ogilvy Place 

Ramsay. W. C, foreman blacksmith, 4. 

Culloden Road 

Ramsay, W. J., boot clicker, 2 South St 

Ramsay, Wm., overseer, 36 Havswell Rd 

Ramsay, Wm., bleacher, 36 Brechin Road 

Ramsay, Ann B., factorv worker, 9 Con- 



vent Street 
Ramsay, Annie, 

Mary Street 
Ramsay, Betsy S. 



factory worl 



64 St 



Ramsay, 
Ramsay, 



Rattray, 
Rattray, 
Rattray, 



tobacconist, 190 High St 
Ramsay. Elizabeth, spinster, 269 High St 
Ramsay, Marjory, 14o High Street 
Mary, 15 Leonard Street 
Mrs Agnes, 60 Marketgate 
Rathjen, S. W., ironmngr., 240 High St 
Rattrav, A., master mrnr., 35 St Mary St 
Jas. H., insur. agt., 14 Elliot St 
Thos., 16 Lochland Street 
William, Ao Leonard Street 
Rayne, D. residenter, 11 W. Abbey St 
Rayne, Mrs Mary, 79 Keptie Street 
Rea, David, turner, 1 Hill Road 
Rea, Robert, carrier, 9 Bog Lane 
Rees, Maurice, shoemaker, 39 E \.bbey St 
Reid, Alex., caretaker, 33 W. keptie St 
Reid. Alex.j 21 Leonard Street 
Reid, Charles, James Street 
Reid, Charles, moulder, 23 Kinnaird St 
Reid, Chas., factorv elect., Towerbank 
Reid, D. H.. tailor", 48 Addison Place 
Reid. David, 7 Murray Place 
Reid, Geo. K., residenter, 216 High St 
Reid, George, 50 St Vigeans Road 
Reid, H.. mason's labr., 20 Lochland St 
Reid, J., electrician, 43 Kinnaird Street 
Reid. J. P., maehineman, 21 Lo.dburn 
Reid, James, 62 St Vigeans Road 
Reid, James, residenter, 20 Ogilvy Place 
Reid James, carter, 10 Ponderlaw Lane 
Reid, James, Lochlands 
Reid, Lewis, shoemaker, 2 Reform Street 
Reid, Richard, 21 Millgate Loan 
Reid, Robert, carter. 21 Kyd Street 
Reid, Robt., furnaceman. 11 Kvd Street 
Reid, Thos., 33 East Abbey Street 
Reid, William, 41 Ponderla-w Street 
Reid. Wm., 20 Robert Street 
Reid. Wm., carter, 63 Millgate Loan 
Reid, Wm., grocer. 25 Kinnaird Street 
Reid, Ann, 27 Fergus Street 
Reid, Temima. teacher. 4 Duke Street 
Reid, Mrs Agnes, 22 Dishland Street 
Reid, Mrs Emma, 2 Springfield Terrace 
Reid. Mrs Isabella, 2 Shore 
Reid, Mrs Jane widow. 17 Rossie Street 
Reid, Mrs Tane, 8 Keptie Street 
Reid. Mrs Robina. 10 Ogilvv Place 
Reith. David A.. 13 Fergus " Street 
Rennie, Andrew 16 Hannah Street 
Rennie. Andrew 17 West Abbev Street 
Rennie, Charles 16 Cross Mill Wynd 



168 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 


ELECTRICITY 


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of obtaining 






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LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



169 



Rennie, David, carter, 3 Sl Alary Street 
Rennie, George, 8 Keptie Street 
Rennie, George, labr., 43 St Mary St 
Rennie James V„ 47 Sidney Street 
Rennie, Jas., engr. 8u St Vigeans Road 
Rennie, R. \V., 20 Fergus Street 
Rennie, Samuel 1? Barngreen 
Rennie, Stewart. C:, 11 Elliot Street 
Rennie, William, butcher, 31 Fergus St 
Rennie, Wm. A., 41 St Mary Street 
Rennie, Wm. J., 15 Hayswell Road 
Rennie, Agnes, spinster, 31 Guthrie Hill 
Rennie, Annie, residenter, 1 St Mary St 
Rennie, Margaret, 45 Hill Street 
Rennie, Miss B. D., Brothock Bridge 
Rennie, Miss C~ 46 Rossie Street 
Rennie, Mrs Agnes, 18 j amieson Street 
Rennie, Mrs Isabella, 15 Guthrie Port 
Rennie, Mrs Mary, 1 Elliot Place 
Renny, Alex., 30 Strachan Street 
Renny, Arthur, blacksmith, 19 Fisheracre 
Renny, Jas. B.", engineer, 4 Lochland St 
Renny Annie M., Queenscliffe, Keptie Rd 
Renny, Catherine, 46 Rossie Street 
Renny, Helen, widow, 8 James Street 
Renshaw, Charles, 20 Glover Street 
Richards, Mrs, 43 St Mary Street 
Richardson, Geo., engineer, 3/ Ernest St 
Richardson, W., residenter, 30 Jamieson St 
Richardson, Mrs A. N.. 30 Helen Street 
Richardson, Mrs Agnes", 4 Maule Street 
Richmond, Marv, 28 Hannah Street 
Riddle, Mrs Jane, 39 Brechin Road 
Rigg, ilrs, 80 St Vigeans Road 
Riley, Thomas, mechanic, 30 Elliot St 
Rintoul, Alex., lapper, 8 Hume Street 
Rintoul/ John B., plumber, 42 Sidney St 
Rintoul. Mrs A., mill wkr., 5 Reform St 
Ritchie, A., tailor's cutter, 3 W. Mary St 
Ritchie, Alex., plumber, 51 Dishland St 
Ritchie, Alex., vanman, 14 St Vigeans Rd 
Ritchie, Alexander, 36 Kinnaird Street 
Ritchie. Andrew, 28 Leonard Street 
Ritchie, David, baker, 39 Barngreen 
Ritchie, David, Hayshead Road 
Ritchie, Ed., beamer, 9 Cross Mill Wvnd 
Ritchie. Edward J., solicitor, 37 Hill St 
Ritchie, Frank. 35* Ladvloan ' 
Ritchie, George 28 Wallace Street 
Ritchie, George. 33 Park Street 
Ritchie. Henry, millworker, 36 Ann St 
Ritchie, J., sen., flaxdresser, 10 Robert St 
Ritchie, J., reeling overseer, 24 Barngreen 
Ritchie, James, 27 Panmure Street 
Ritchie, James, asphalte worker, 15 Old 

Shore Head 
Ritchie, Tohn, 7 Murray Place 
Ritchie, John. 44i Cairnie Street 
Ritchie, John, shoemaker, 76 Brechin Rd 
Ritchie, John, 15 Sidney Street 
Ritchie, John, shoemaker, 3j St Mary St 
Ritchie, John B.. 38 Kinnaird Street 
Ritchie, R., mill wrkr., 31 Fergus Sq 
Ritchie, R., mill wrkr., 18 Hannah St 
Ritchie, W.. shipmaster, 37 Cairnie St 
Ritchie, Win. H. B., slater, 20 Abbot St 
Ritchie, Wm., labourer, 10 Robert St 
Ritchie. Wm.. labourer, 51 St Mary St 
Ritchie, Jessie, 40 St Mary Street 



Ritchie, Miss, 47 Helen Street 

Ritchie, Misses Agnes J. and Editha, 

Cliffburn 
Ritchie. Misses I. and M., 27 Howard St 
Ritchie, Maggie, IS bpink Street 
Ritchie, Mrs, 54 Helen Street 
Ritchie, Mrs Agnes, 27 Cairnie Street 
Ritchie, Mrs Ann, 41 Culloden Road 
Ritchie, Mrs E., residenter, 9 Ernest St 
Ritchie, Mrs Eliz., 12 Bridge Street 
Ritchie, Mrs Esther. Hi Russell Street 
Ritchie, Mrs Helen, 11 Park Street 
Ritchie, Mrs Helen, 64 Cairnie Street 
Ritchie, Mrs Isabella, 38 Helen Street 
Ritchie, Mrs Jean, 51 Sidney Street 
Ritchie, Mrs Jessie, 40 St Mary Street 
Ritchie, Mrs John B., 36 Fergus Square 
Ritchie. Mrs M. A.. 62 Nolt Loan Road 
Ritchie, Mrs Margaret, 17 Jamieson St 
Ritchie, Mrs Mary Ann, 62 Brechin Road 
Roache, Marv Ann, 57 Barngreen 
Robb, A.. 16' Cross aiill Wvnd 
Robb, A.,' cattle feeder, 12 Cross Mill Wy 
Robb, Alex., tailor's cutter, 66 Fergus Sq 
Robb, Chas., insur. agent, 50 Howard St 
Robb. David, dealer, 40 Millgate Loan 
Robb. David E., 47 Ladvbridge 
Robb, Edmund, printer, 207A High Street 
Robb, F., 5 Old ihore Head 
Robb, Frank, 7 Applegate 
Robb, Fred B., 16 East Grimsby 
Robb, James, engineer, 8 West Mary St 
Robb, James, labourer, 6 Guthrie Hill 
Robb, James F.. 61 High Street 
Robb. John. 20 Maule Street 
Robb. John, 22 Howard Street 
Robb, John, 17 Ladvbridge Street 
Robb, John R., moulder, 11 John Street 
Robb, Pat. W. A., tailor, 14 George St 
Robb, Thos., dealer, Millgate Loan 
Robb, William. 15 Ponderlaw Street 
Robb, Miss M." W., weaver, 14 Abbot St 
Robb, Mrs Annie S 13 Wallace Street 
Robb, Mrs, 53 West 'Abbev Street 
Robb, Mrs Jane, 28 WardmiH Road 
Robb, Mrs Williamina. 9 Glover Street 
Robb, Susan, widow, 17 Panmure Street 
Robbie, Alex., shoemaker, 60 Sidney St 
Robbie, Chas., engineer. 15 W. Keptie St 
Robbie, Daniel, moulder, 5 Ladyloan 
Robbie, E. C, mechanic, 4 Howard St 
Robbie, J., 10 James Street 
Robbie, James, 11 Carnegie Street 
Robbie, Wm. R., 8 Shore 
Robbie, Wm., fireman, 37 Ogilvy Place 
Robbie, Miss Mary, 13 Shore 
Robbie, Mrs Annie, 44 Rossie Street 
Roberts, Charles, vanman, 35 Spink St 
Roberts, Charles, traveller, 29 High St 
Roberts, David, flaxdresser, 11£ Ponder- 
law Street 
Roberts, Edwin, 47 Green Street 
Roberts, Fred., baker, 23 Gowan Street 
Roberts, James, 1 Hill Road 
Roberts, Jas., labourer, 26 Ladybridge St 
Roberts, Wm. A., joiner, 4i Guthrie Pt 
Roberts, Mrs, 51 Millgate Loan 
Roberts, Mrs A., charwoman, 12 Maule St 
Roberts, Mrs Margaret 18 Elliot Street 



170 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



tested Qarden Seeds - (guaranteed Farm Seeds 

EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN. 

CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. 



Rose Bushes 

Fruit Trees 

Beddings Out 

Plants 

All in Season 



V 



ernon s 



84 KEPTIE STREET 
ARBROATH 



Bulbs 
Seeds 

GardenTools 
Insecticides 
etc,, etc. 



WREATHS, CROSSES, etc., at Shortest Notice. 

Selected Poultry and Pigeon Foods. 

I^e-Cleaned Bird Seeds. 

Bell Rock Tavern 

—^ 40 WEST GRIMSBY, Arbroath 

The Bell Rock Blend 

Of Scotch and Irish Whiskies 
Guaranteed Well Matured. 

DRAUGHT BEER 

always in Sparkling Condition. 
(Excellent Sitting yJ ccommodation. 



i D. DINNIE, Proprietor. 




LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



71 



Roberts, Mrs Margaret, 18 Fergus Square 
Robertson, A. M., aerated water manu- 

racturer, 14 Rosemount Road 
Robertson, Alex., carpenter, 9 Ann Street 
Robertson, Alex.., 30 Gravesend 
Robertson, Alfred, moulder, 5 Rossie St 
Robertson, Charles, 37 Lordburn 
Robertson, Charles, 40 Ladyloan 
Robertson, David, 26 St Vigeans Road 
Robertson, David N., rly. foreman, 22 

Gowan Street 
Robertson, David N., 48^ Cairnie Street 
Robertson, Edward, 9 Convent Street 
Robertson, G., ticket exmnr., 3 Elliot St 
Robertson, G. S., teacher, 10 Culioden Tr 
Robertson, Geo., shoemaker, 26 Ladyloan 
Robertson, H. A., joiner, 24£ Millgate 
Robertson, Henry, labourer, tf Stanley St 
Robertson, J., timekeeper, 70 Brechin Rd 
Robertson, J., mechanic, 7 Reform Street 
Robertson, J. C, clerk. 54 Millgate Loan 
Robertson, J. L., 39 Lochland Street 
Robertson, James, ironturner, 4 George St 
Robertson, James, supt., Western Ceme- 
tery 
Robertson, James, joiner, Keptie Road 
Robertson, James, 13 Rossie Street 
Robertson, James, labourer, 47 W Abbey St 
Robertson, James, 19 Kyd S'treet 
Robertson, John, 12 Abbot Street 
Robertson, John, factory worker, 10 St 

Vigeans Road 
Robertson, John, 60 Guthrie Port 
Robertson, John, 1 Elliot Street 
Robertson John, 50 Rossie Street 
Robertson, Josiah, 38 Maule Street 
Robertson, Oswald, 30 St Mary Street 
Robertson, Robert, 21 Ernest Street 
Robertson, Sergt.-Major J.. 38 Marketgate 
Robertson, Thomas, 12 Elliot Street 
Robertson, W., solicitor, Berea, Keptie Rd 
Robertson, William N., 2 Wallace St 
Robertson, Wm, salesman, 6 Kirk Square 
Robertson, Wm., mason, 39 St Mary St 
Robertson,, Win. R., 1 Ogilvy Place 
Robertson, Catherine, 11 Russell Street 
Robertson, Eliz.. widow, 10 Jamieson St 
Robertson, Helen, mill wkr., 12 Spink St 
Robertson, Isabella, 82 High Street 
Robertson, Mary, 13 Ann Street 
Robertson, Mary, 50 Guthrie Port 
Robertson, Miss" Christina, 54 Rossie St 
Robertson, Mrs Ann. 10 Glover Street 
Robertson, Mrs Annie, 23 Gowan. Street 
Robertson, Mrs Eliz , 9 St Vigeans Road 
Robertson, Mrs H., widow, 12 Abbot St 
Robertson, Mrs Isabella o Garden Street 
Robertson, Mrs Isabella", 82 High Street 
Robertson, Mrs M.. 20 West Mary Street 
Robertson, Mrs S.,'27 St Mary Street 
Rodger, David, bleacher, 23 Gowan St 
Rodger, Henry. 90 Helen Street 
Rodger, J., factory worker, 13 Palmer St 
Rodger, John, 26 Millgate 
Robson, Wilson, labourer, 17 Park St 
Rodger, Wm., tailor, 3 Bakers Wynd 
Rodger, Miss Helen, 3o Rossie Street 
Rodger, Mrs A , residenter, 1 Fergus St 



Rodger, Mrs Annie, 4 Princes St 
Rodger, Mrs Clara, Alexandra Place 
Rodger, Mrs Harriet t)8 Keptie Street 
Rodger, Mrs Mary N., 17 Carnegie St 
Rodgers, John, 3 Hayswell Road 
Rodgers, W., ironglater, 23 Ponderlaw St 
Roebuck, Edward. 13 Elliot Street 
Roebuck, Mrs Ann, 62 Brechin Road 
Roessler, Mrs E.. 17 Leonard Street 
Roger, Henry, timekeeper, 90 Helen St 
Rolland Miss Ann, Cairnie Road 
Rollo, David, grocer, 51 Kinnaird St 
Rollo, Wm. J., residenter, Keptie Road 
Ronald, George F., Kinloch -Terrace 
Rooney, Francis, engineer, 21 Gowan St 
Rooney, Miss C, millworker, 12 Bakers Wy 
Rorie, James, 12 East Mill Wynd 
Rose, James, labourer, 11 Stuart Street 
Rose, Mrs Jessie, 21 "Park Street 
Rose, Mrs Lavina, 27 Culioden Road 
Ross, A., shambles keeper, 18 N. Girmsby 
Ross, Cecil, vintner. 5 Millgate Loan 
Ross, D. G., flaxdresser, 75 Helen Street 
Ross, Geo. W.. 31 Spink Street 
Ross, George, 26 Cairnie Street * 
Ross. George, 21 West Mary Street 
Ross, Harry, 8 Millgate Loan 
Ross, James, lathsplitter, 8 Hill Terrace 
Ross, James D.. 43 Hannah Street 
Ross, Robert, painter, 501 Rossie Street 
Ross, Robert, publican, 37 Cairnie Street 
Ross, Thomas, caretaker, 15 George St 
Ross, William, 4 Carnegie Street 
Ross, Wm., vintner, 18 Hamilton Green 
Ross, Miss E. C, servant, 61 Helen St 
Ross, Miss M. 5 Barbers Croft 
Ross, Mrs, 26 "Howard Street 
Ross, Mrs, 41 John Street 
Ross, Mrs Agnes, 9 Culioden Road 
Ross, Mrs Betsy, 18 Ladybridge Street 
Ross, Mrs Helen, 3 Guthrie Port 
Rowlands, Richard, 15 Tohn Street 
Roy, Mrs, 12 West Keptie Street 
Rov. Mrs Jessie, 60 Nolt Loan Road 
Royal, Wm., teacher, 1Z Addison Place 
Royal, Kate, factory worker, 27 Lochland 

Street 
Russell, Alex., 36 St Mary Street 
Russell. Charles, mason, 40 Fergus Sq 
Russell, D., blacksmith, 9 Anderson St 
Russell, T.. 28 Kinnaird Street 
Russell, W. D., slater. 22 Glover Street 
Russell, Wm., 37 Lordburn 
Russell, Miss, 5 Bank Street 
Russell, Mrs A., widow, 37 W. Newgate 
Russell, Mrs Catherine, 9 Hill Terrace 
Rust, H. L. C. bl Dishland Street 
Rust, Rev. Alex., 47 Elliot Street 
Rust, Margaret E. C, residenter, 1 Hill- 
end Road 
Ruxton, Andrew, butcher, 15 Howard St 
Ruxton, Claude, moulder, 5 Elliot Place 
Ruxton, George, 68 Nolt Loan Road 
Ruxton, James, coal mcht., 21 Culioden Rd 
Ruxton, Jas., chemist 57 Keptie Street 
Ruxton, V. M.. 43 Cairnie Street 
Ruxton, W., 12 Cross Mill Wynd 
Ruxton, Wm., tiiiekeeper, 15 Glover St 



172 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Chas. P. Mitchell 

Family Qrocer, 
Tea, Wine and Spirit Merchant, 

66 Keptie Street, Arbroath. 



Only the Highest and Most Genuine Class of 
Goods Sold. 



All Orders Receive ^Prompt Attention. 



Mrs DUHLOP 

CONFECTIONER, 

26 Keptie Street, Arbroath 

(Nearly Opposite Railway Station). 

Fancy Biscuits .^iji^JS^ Shortbread . 

Finest Cakes S^\5§gJ*-~ - Confections 

Finest 'Cable {Bon-{F}ons and 'Dessert Chocolates. 

A SPECIAL LINE IS OUR HOME-MADE CONFECTIONS: 
Peppermint, Horehound. Cinnamon, and Clove Balls. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



173 



Ruxton, Isabella, 12 Bakers Wynd 

Ruxton, Miss, 47£ Ladyloan 

Ruxton, Mrs newsagent, 31 Millgate 

Ruxton, Mrs Helen, 5 Llliot Place 

Salkeld, Robert, tailor, 21 Abbot Street 
Salmond, A. H., teacher, 36 Elliot St 
Salmond, D. S., postman, 66 Fergus Sq 
Salmond, G., baker, 18 W. Abbey Street 
Salmond, J. M., baker, 43 Panmure St 
Salmond, Wm., baker, 29 W. Abbey St 
Salmond, Wm. M.. baker, 8 Academy St 
Salmond, Miss Mary L., 24 Ogilvy Place 
Salmond, Misses Jessie and I. B., 201 

High Street 
Salmond, Mrs A. D., 9 Hillend Road 
Salmond, Mrs Eliz., 275 High Street 
Salmond, Mrs Helen, 39 Panmure Street 
Salmond, Mrs J. A., 29 Fisheracre 
Samson, W., 6 Carnegie Street 
Samson, Mrs Catherine, 82 Helen Street 
Sandeman, Mrs D. D., Cairnie Bank 
Sanderson, Duncan, baker, 204 High St 
Savege, D., painter, 1 Hayshead Road 
Savege, Thomson, -ainter, 176 High Street 
Saxton, Mrs Maggie, 6 Ladyloan 
Schlanbusch, Otto V., marine officer, 

Aberarder, Nolt Loan Road 
Scobie, And., 26 Hillend Road 
Scorgie, Mrs Annie, 11^ Dishland Street 
Scott, Alex., blacksmith, 64 Fergus Square 
Scott, Alex., shoemaker, 25 Hannah Street 
Scott, Alex., ticket collector, 2 Gayfield 
Scott, Alex. N., labr., 36 Dishland St 
Scott, Alex. R., clerk, 16 Hannah Street 
Scott, Alf., shoemaker, 45 W. Abbey St 
Scott, Allan W., 12 West Port 
Scott, Charles, 39 Lochland Street 
Scott, Charles, carter, 49 Helen Street 
Scoitt, Charles N., 22 Helen Street 
Scott, D. J. S., cabinetmaker, 2 Duke St 
Scott, David, painter, 17 Millgate Loan 
Scott, David, 36 Green Street 
Scott, David, mechanic, 21 Hill Street 
Scott, Lavid. shoemaker, 33 Tohn Street 
Scott, David", painter, 25 West Mary St 
Scott, David, 71 Lochland Street 
Scott, Frank, 1 Brechin Road 
Scott, Henry, 15 Hillend Road 
Scott, James, 62 St Vigeans Road 
Scott, James, 5 Convent Street 
Scott, James, baker, 21 Hay's Lane 
Scott, James, insur. supt., 211a High St 
Scott, James timber mcht., 2 Ann Street 
Scott, James S., fireman, 19 Palmer St 
Scott, John, labourer, 8 Union Street W 
Scott, John, pilot. 2 Ann Street 
Scott, John, 65 Sidney Street 
Scott, Lowson, 37 Lordburn 
Scott, Peter, carter,. 25 Fergus Square 
Scott, Robert, labourer. 46 St Vigeans Rd 
Scott, Thomas, 40 Ladyloan 
Scott, W., live stock a^ent, 1 Rosebery PI 
Scott, William, ropemaker, 5 Hill Road 
Scott, William L., factory manager, 8 

Queen Street 
Scott, Wm., 41 West Grimsby 
Scott, Wm.; factory worker, 59 St Mary St 
Scott, Agnes, 39 Panmure Street 



Scott, Eliz., confectioner, 46 Glover St 
Scott, Helen, 23 Jamieson Street 
Scott, Isabella, reeler, 16 Fergus Street 
Scott, Margaret M., 19 Queen Street 
Scott, Mary F., residenter, 47i Dishland 

Street 
Scott, Mary J., -spinster, 49 Helen Street 
Scott, Miss, 31 Gravesend 
Scott, Miss Annie, Armiston, Viewfield Rid 
Scott, Miss Christina. 259 High Street 
Scott, Miss Eliz., 217 High Street 
Scott, Miss M., greengrocer, 41 Panmiui* 

Street 
Scott, Misses, 120 High Street 
Scott, Misses, Millbank, Hume Street 
Scott, Misses E. & J. J., 6 Colvill Place 
Scott, Mrs, weaver, 37 Lordburn 
Scott, Mrs, 77 Lochland Street 
Scott, Mrs A., Noranbank, Seaton Road 
Scott, Mrs Agnes, 8 Union Street 
Scott, Mrs Catherine, 11 W. Mill Wynd 
Scott, Mrs E. M., 23 Jamieson Street 
Scott, Mrs Eliz., 20 West Mary Street 
Scott, Mrs Jemima, 39 Sidney Street 
Scott, Mrs M. J. M., Bloomfield 
Scott, Mrs Margaret, 31 Gravesend 
Scott, Mrs Mary, Strachan Street 
Scott, Mrs T., 35 Lochland Street 
Scott, Mrs Williamina, 28 Bank Street 
Scrimgeour, James. 9i Dishland Street 
Scroggie, A., coachman, 11J Dishland St 
Scrogg'e, Mrs Margaret, 3 Hill Terrace 
Scrymgeour, Miss Nellie, 10 Guthrie Port 
Seaton, G., 15 Culloden Road 
Seaton, Henry George, 33 Hayswell Road 
Selby, Mrs A., residenter, 5 Addison PI 
Selby, Mrs Agnes. 121 High Street 
Sellar, Miss J. J., dressmaker, 9 Wallace 

Street 
Shand. A. S., tenter, 30 East Abbey St 
Shand, David L., factory manager, 42 

Cairnie Street 
Shand, Frank, mechanic, 25 Jamieson St 
Shand, Joseph, tapper, 51 St Mary St 
Shand, Thomas, 46 Guthrie Port 
Shand., Jessie, spinster, 17 Ernest Street 
Shanks, Alex. B.. 12 West Mary Street 
Shanks, Charles, residenter, 24 Ann St 
Shanks, Chas., bleacher, 9 Guthrie Hill 
Shanks, D. E. W., Viewfield House, Ar- 

birlot Road 
Shanks, Jas., bleacher, 66 Lochland Street 
Shanks, Robert, butcher, 3 Glover Street 
Shanks, Thos., vanman, 58 Howard Street 
Shanks, W., 80 Cairnie Street 
Shanks, W.. rly. porter, 15 Duke Street 
Shanks, Helen, 72 Keptie Street 
Shanks, Mrs John, housekeeper, 1 West 

Keptie Street 
Sharp, James, 2 Gayfield 
Sharp, Norman, mechanic, Blindloch, 

Cairnie Road 
Sharp, Mrs Alex., 20 Wardmill Road 
Sharpe, Charles W. S., 1 Wallace Street 
Sharpe, James, joiner, 47 Lochland Street 
Sharpe, James, 63 Sidney Street 
Shaw, Robert, clerk, Hayshead Road 
Shaw, Mrs Elspeth, 25 Kinnaird Street 



174 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS. 

Scottish Union & National 

Insurance Company. 

Assets - £13,000,000. 

Head Office - 35 ST ANDREW SQUARE, EDINBURGH. 

Fire, Lightning and Explosion x 

(Including Loss of Profits) \ 

Life and Endowments. J 

Annuities and Pensions. 
Accidents and Illnesses. 
Leasehold and Capital Redemptions. 
Employers' Liabilities. 
Burglary and Theft. 
Fidelity and Court Bonds. 
Transit of Valuables. 
Property Owners' Liabilities. 
Third Party Liabilities. 
Glass Breakage. 
Motor Car Risks. 
Vehicle Owners' Liabilities. 
Householders' Consolidated. 
Boiler Explosion. 
Machinery Risks. 
Lift Accidents. 
Marine. 

Please apply for a Copy of the Company's Prospectuses containing 
Particulars of the Latest Schemes. 

AGENTS IN ARBROATH : 

W. & W. H. ALEXANDER, Solicitors, 6 2 High Street. 
CLARK, OLIVER, DEWAR & WEBSTER, 6.S.C., N.P., Brothock 

Bank House. 
McBAIN & ANDERSON, Solicitors, 15 Hill Street. 
J. & W. MACDONALD, W.S., 7 Hill Street. 
NEILL & GIBB, Solicitors, 93 High Street. 
JOHN STEWART, British Linen Bank. 
WILLIAM WALKER, Commercial Bank. 



All these Insurances 
Effected on the Most 
Favourable Terms. 



District Office: 13 PANMURE STREET, Dundee. 

JAMES W. MUIR, F.C.I.I., Resident Secretary. 
Telephone No. 4446 Telegraphic Address — " Unitate," Dundee. 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



175 



Shelston, Mrs, 43 Wallace Street 
Shepherd, A., fisherman, 9 Old Shore Hd 
Shepherd, Alex., labourer, 7 Bank Street 
Shepherd, D. S., fisherman, 14 Marketgate 
Shepherd, D. S., Demondale 
Shepherd, David, builder, 2 Reform St 
Shepherd, David, fisherman, 1 Marketgate 
Shepherd, David, baker, 7 Elliot Place 
Shepherd, Daviu. A.. 44 High Street 
Shepherd, G., moulder, 64 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Geo., moulder, 69 Lochland St 
Shepherd, Geo. T.. 7 Brothock Bridge 
Shepherd, James, 50 Marketgate 
Shepherd, James, baken 18 Elliot Street 
Shepherd, James, mason, 34 Ernest Street 
Shepherd, Jas., fisherman, 50 Marketgate 
Shepherd, John, fisherman, 15 High Street 
Shepherd, John, 21 Carnegie Street 
Shepherd, Joseph, 32 Ladybridge Street 
Shepherd, Joseph, 5 Union St E. 
Shepherd, Joseph, 13 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Peter S., 13 Marketgate 
Shepherd, R., 15 Cross Mill Wynd 
Shepherd, Thomas, 56 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Thos., fisherman. 13 Marketgate 
Shepherd. Wm., moulder, 64 Fergus S.q 
Shepherd. Wm., 10 West Abbey' Street 
Shepherd, Ann, spinster, Baldovan Street 
Shepherd, Jessie, spinster, 3 W. Newgate 
Shepherd, Miss A. B., 33 Carnegie Street 
Shepherd, Miss M., 5 Cairnie Street 
Shepherd, Mrs, 8 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Mrs, 5 Old Shore Head 
Shepherd, Mrs, 36 Fergus Square 
Shepherd, Mrs, millworker, 7 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Mrs Annie 20 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Mrs B., grocer, 25 Ernest St 
Shepherd, Mrs Catherine M., 1 Marketgate 
Shepherd, Mrs E., 38 Brechin Road 
Shepherd, Mrs Eveline, 44 Ernest Street 
Shepherd, Mrs James, West Mary Street 
Shepherd, Mrs Jane S., 36 Barngreen 
Shepherd, Mrs L., 9 St Vigeans Road 
Sheridan, Mrs, 43 Barngreen 
Sherret, J., shoemaker, 19 Ogilvy Place 
Sheriff, F., mason. 56 Marketgate 
Sheriff, Mrs Margaret, 27 Bank Street 
Sherriff, William, 3 West Mary Street 
Sherriffs, David, baker, 48 Sidney Street 
Sherriffs, Geo., manuftr., Kinloch Ter 
Sherrit, Alex., farmer, 16 Ponderlaw Le 
Sherrit, Miss H., residenter, 40 Millgate 

Loan 
Shiel, Geo. S., clerk, 45 Lochland Drive 
Shields, James G., mason, 21 Bank Street 
Shillito, Wm., 22 Jamieson Street 
Sievwright, John, 25 Commerce Street 
Siev-wright, John, in., joiner, 31 Lordburn 
Sievwright, Robt. W., joiner, 17 Queen St 
Sievwright, Rachel, 2 Reform Street 
Silver, Charles G., 25 Rossie Street 
Sim, Geo., rly. porter, 16 Millgate Loan 
Sim, George. 27 St Mary Street 
Sim, J. H., hank agent, 2 Commerce St 
Sim, John, bleacher, 4 Bakers Wynd 
Sim, John, coachpainter, 15 St Mary St 
Sim, Thomas, 31 Fisheracre 
Sim, W. D., labourer, 2 East Newgate 
Sim, Miss Jane, 22 West Keptie Street 



Sim, Miss Mary Ann, 16 John Street 
Sim, Mrs, widow, 32 Millgate Loan 
Sim, Mrs, 23 St Mary Street 
Sim, Mrs B., millworker, 9 Millgate Ln 
Sim, Mrs Julia, 11 Barngreen 
Sim, Mrs M. J., 38 St Vigeans Road 
Sim, Mrs Mary Ann, 57 Helen Street 
Sime, Geo., mill foreman, 31 St Mary St 
Sime, Mrs Agnes, 29 Hannah Street • 
Simpson, Alex., mason, Duke Street 
Simpson, Alex., 23 Hayswell Road 
Simpson, Andrew, lapper, 21 Fergus Sq 
Simpson, David, carter, 14 Fergus St 
Simpson, Ed., engineer, 78 St Vigeans Rd 
Simpson, G., flaxdresser, 61 E. Abbey St 
Simpson, Geo., signalman, 12 Kyd St 
Simpson, George, 22 West Mary Street 
Simpson, James, shoemaker, 8 Leonard St 
Simpson, Wm., 24 Keptie Street 
Simpson, Annie, residenter, 29 Marketgate 
Simpson, Miss A., charwoman, 10 Mur- 
ray Place 
Simpson, Miss Mary A., 8 Rosemount Rd 
Simpson, Mrs Annie. 10 Ann Street 
Simpson, Mrs C. A. G., 22 Applegate 
Sinclair, And., 13 Cairnie Street 
Sinclair, Robert B., draughtsman, 59 

Kinnaird Street 
Sinclair, Mrs Helen, 40 Hamilton Green 
Sinclair, Mrs J., 72 Keptie Street 
Singers, Alex., ironplater, 46 Ernest St 
Skea, Alex., 4 Hope Street 
Skea, Charles F., carting contractor, 16 

Hannah Street 
Skea, Geo., builder, 17 Jamieson Street 
Skea, James, weaver, 12 Bridge Street 
Skea, James, 47 Barngreen 
Skea, John B.. 14 Hannah Street 
Skea, William, carter, 7 Hannah Street 
Skea, Jemima, spinster. 16 Leonard St 
Skea, Mrs, 71 Ladyloan 
Skea, Mrs, 4 Howard Street 
Skea, Mrs James, 21 Hannah Street 
Skea, Mrs Mary, widow, 8 Leonard Street 
Skene, Alfred ' 26i Keptie Street 
Skene, Gilbert C, labourer, 3 Ogilvy PI 
Skene, Mrs Ada, 32 Ernest Street 
Sleith, James. 9 Millgate Loan 
Small, Charles M., 8 Duke Street 
Small, David M., L.D.S., Dishland St 
Small, Margaret, 27 Fergus Street 
Smart, A., farm servant, 73 Millgate Ln 
Smart, Alex., joiner, 4 Lochland Street 
Smart, C. Ramsay, 91 Keptie Street 
Smart, D. R., postman, 138 High Street 
Smart, David, 8 Russell Street 
Smart, David, millworker, 8 Stanley St 
Smart, David, bleacher, 35 Culloden Rd 
Smart. Fred., 70 Marketerate 
Smart, George, 1 Elliot Street 
Smart, Gilbert, 59 High Street 
Smart, James, tailor, 8£ Dishland St 
Smart, James, boot repairer, 19 John St 
Smart, James, 33 Sidney Street 
Smart, John, shoemaker, 25 John Street 
Smart, Joseph, photographer, 44 Sidney St 
Smart, W. A., tailor, 25 Fergus Square 
Smart, William, 41 Kinnaird Street 
Smart, Wm., mason, 35 Kinnaird Street 



176 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



T. 


Savege &- Co. 




{painters anb 
decorators : 


219 HIGH STREET, 
ARBROATH 



Established Over Half-a-Century. 

GEORGE S ALMOND 

BAKER 

199 HIGH STREET, Arbroath. 

Telephone 164. 



Our Fairport Gingerbread, Tea and Paste Biscuits, and 
Cakes are Favourites wherever used. 



OUR LOAF BREAD 

Is a line we pay particular attention to, and from our long experience in the 
selection and manipulation of the different materials, with the aid of the most 
up-to-date machinery, we supply to the public the principal article of dietary 
to please the most fastidious taste. 

Van Deliveries in all Parts of the Town Daily. 



G. R. HUNTER 

Practical Boot and Shoe Repairer 

200 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH 



REPAIRS of every description at shortest 
notice. Charges Moderate. Always on 
hand Large Stock of Footwear Requisites 




LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



177 



Smart 
Smart, 
Smart 
.Smart 
Smart 
Smart 
Smart 
Smith 
Smith, 

23 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith, 
Smyth 
Sm" 
Sm 
Sm 



Jane Ann, 62 St Mary Street 
Miss Mary, 1 West Mary Street 
Mrs, 41 WeSt Newgate 
Mrs Jean, 21 Culloden Road 
Mrs Mary, 1 Queen Street 
Mrs Marv 24 Green Street 
Mrs Rosa, 17 West Abbey St 
A. K., grngrcr., 21 St Vigeans Rd 
A. K., jun., commercial traveller, 
St Vigeans Road 
Adam, ironmonger, 126 High St 
Adam, fisherman, 21 Old Shore Hd 
Alex., ironmoulder, 49 Rossie St 
Alex. W., joiner, 26 Gowan Street 
Alex., labourer, 17 Gowan Street 
Alex., fisherman, 29 Union St. E 
Alex., White Hart Hotel 
Alex., registrar, 24 Culloden Ter 
Alex., 45 Hill Street 
Alex., 39 Ogilvy Place 
Alex., 55 High Street 
Alex., 163 High Street 
th, Alex., carter, 48 St Vigeans Road 
th. Alfred, baker, 74 Cairnie Street 
th, Andrew, 10 Bank Street 
th, Andrew, cork cutter, 11 Ladyloan 
th. Arch., surfaceman, 55 Kinnaird St 
th, Benjamin, 19 Panmure Street 
th, C, patternmaker, 9 Marketgate 
th, C., warehouseman, 1 Addison PI 
th, Charles, fisherman, 8 Marketgate 
th, Chas., fisherman, 19 Old Shore Hd 
th, Chas., fisherman, 1 Old Shore Hd 
th, Chas., fisherman. 8 Seagate 
th, Daniel, fisherman, b W. Newgate 
th, David, fisherman, 14 Union St. E 
th, David, fisherman, 16 Marketgate 
th, David, fisherman, 8 Marketgate 
th, David, fisherman, 18 Seagate 
th, David, 4 Rosebank 
th, David, mechanic, 32 Howard St 
th, David, labourer, 45 Tohn Street 
th, David, clerk, 62 Lochland Street 
th, David, 5 Marketgate 
th, David, 70 Rossie Street 
th, David, 21 Sidney Street 
th, David C, 15 Convent Street 
th, Ed., shoemaker, 48j Cairnie Street 
th, Frank, millworker, 12 Brechin Rd 
th. Frederick, 34 Green Street 
th, Geo., mechanic, 46 Brechin Road 
th, George, labourer, 37 W. Keptie St 
th, George, fisherman, 9 Marketgate 
th, George, fisherman, 25 Seagate 
th, George, 64 Cairnie Street 
th. George, 12 Cross Mill Wynd 
th. H. J., blacksmith. 25 Park St 
th, Hugh, fisherman, 4 South Street 
th, Hugh, 17 Abbot Street 
th, Hy., ironturner, 5 St Vigeans Rd 
th, J., flaxdresser. 39 Ladybridge St 
th, J. L., tailor, 56 Cairnie Street 
th, James, fruiterer. 30 W. Mary St 
th, James, fisherman, 30 Union St E 
th, James, labourer, 10 Marketgate 
th, James, labourer, 34 Kinnaird St 
th, James, painter. 19£ East Abbey St 
th, James, gasworker, 29 Palmer St 
th, James, Springfield House 



James, labourer, 23 Elliot Street 
James, 55£ Panmure Street 
James, porter, 30 Kyd Street 
James, 3 West Newgate 
James, 23 Elliot Street 
James I. C. 6 Bank Street 
James W., seaman, 26 Helen St 

ias., factory worker, 42 Ernest St 
ohn, 5 Palmer Street 
ohn, 5 Old Shore Head 
ohn, gas stoker, 47 Leonard Street 
John, 3 Abbey Path 
John, flaxdresser, 50 Brechin Road 
John, fisherman, 8 Hill Road 
John, fisherman, 18 John Street 
John, 32 Ladybridge Street 
John, fisherman, 1 Seagate 
John, slater 38 Ann Street 
John, 37 Guthrie Port 
John, flaxdresser, 39 Ladybridge St 
John, 6 Ann Street 

John, 55 Barngreen 
John, 21 Ogilvy Place 
John, coal trimmer, 16 W. Grimsby 
John V., engineer, 93 Keptie St 
Peter^ fisherman, 7 Old Shore Hd 
Peter, 36 Ladybridge Street 
Peter, fisherman, 4 E. Newgate 
Peter, gardener, Springfield Ter 
Peter, 19 Sidney Street 
R. S., solicitor, 6 W. Abbey St 
Robert, 43 John Street 
Robert, sailmaker, 6 Gowan Street 
Robert, fisherman, 9 Marketgate 
Robert, seaman, 35 Union St E 
Robert, 21 West Newgate 
Robert, postman, 52 High Street 
Robert. 143 High Street 
Robert, 23 Ladybridge Street 
Robert, 16 Millgate Loan 
Robert, 19 Old Shore Head 
Robt., fisherman, 13 Union St E 
Robt., stationmaster, 143 High St 
T., labourer, 33 Ladybridge St 
Thomas, 2 Wallace Street 
Thomas C. 22 Ladybridge Street 
W., fisherman, 26 Ladybridge St 
W. W., 15 Smithv Croft 
William A., 52 Addison Place 
William, 26 Ladybridge Street 
William, fisherman, 7 High Street 
William, fisherman, 13 Union St E 
William, 11 Ogilvy Place 
William, 9 Barngreen 
William, 2 John Street 
William, 8 Union Street East 
William, 4 Lochland Street 
Wm., labourer. 7 Leonard Street 
Wm., joiner, 33 Lochland Street 
Wm., fisherman, 3 South Street 
Wm., fisherman, 21 Union St E 
Wm., fishworker, 21 W. Newgate 
Wm., blacksmith, 40 Howard St 
Wm., police const., 4 Ponderlaw Le 
Wm. D., 15 Smithy Croft 
Barbara, 12 Barngreen 

Betsy, factory worker, 21 Old 
Shore Head 
Smith, Catherine, 14 Marketgate 



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178 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



'Punctuality is the Politeness of Kings ! 

The Horsehiring Co. 

Always up to Date and 
Always up to Time. 

Whether it be a Comfortable Taxi or Brougham or a Luxurious 
Landaulette: whether it be to pay a call, to meet a train, to attend a 
wedding, or to make a whole day tour through Bonnie Scotland, we 
can give Service -THE BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE. 

The Features we offer : — 

Our Taxis await every Train at the Railway Station. 
Our Premises are Central & near the Railway Station. 
Our Staff is Courteous and Obliging. 
Our Powerful Austin Cars will take you any distance. 
All Orders are given Prompt and Personal Attention, 
at whatever time of day or night. 




Superior Funeral Service. Coach Painting. 

Motor Engineering Work Carried Through. 

Arbroath Horsehiring Company Ltd. 

12 DISHLAND STREET, ARBROATH. 

Telephone No. 125. WILLIAM CLARK, Manager. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



179 



Smith, Catherine, grocer^ 24 High Street 
Smith, Eliz., millworker^ 51) Helen Street 
Smith. Elsie White. 42 John Street 
Smith, Emma J., spinster, 70 Marketgate 
Smith, Henrietta, widow, 2 Rossie Street 
Smith, Isabella G., bootfttter, 16 West 

Abbey Street 
Smith, jane, factory wkr., lb Millgate Ln 
Smith, Jean C, widow, Viewfield Road 
Smith, Jessie B., widow, 42 Marketgate 
Smyth, Mary A., 23 Ernest Street 
Smith, Miss, 37 Howard Street 
Smith, Miss Betsy, 77 Lochland Street 
Smith, Miss Betsy, 1 Guthrie Port 
Smith, Miss Eliz. 50 Green Street. 
Smith, Miss Helen, 20 Elliot Street 
Smith, Miss Isabella, 8 Maule Stre* 
Smith, Miss Isabella, 31 Gravesend 
Smith, Miss jane, 9 Lklies Wynd 
Smilth, Miss Jane, 20! Addison Place 
Smith. Mrs jeannie, 5 Kinnaird Street 
Smith, Miss Jessie. 24 Dalhousie Place 
Smith, Miss M-, factory worker, 30 St 

Mary Street 
Smith, Mrs, 56 St Mary Street 
Smith, Mrs, 27 Howard Street 
Smith, Mrs Agnes J5 Dishland Street 
Smith, Mrs Agnes, 27 Union Street East 
Smith Mrs Alex., 23 Lordburn 
Smith. Mrs Ann, 29 Abbot Street 
Smith. Mrs Ann, Elliot Place 
Smith, Mrs Ann W.. 69 Helen Street 
Smith. Mrs Anne, 16 West Abbey Street 
Smith. Mrs C, factory worker, 22 Gowan 

Street 
Smith, Mrs Catherine, 24 High Street 
Smith, Mrs Christina,- 269 High Street 
-Smith, Mrs Eliza. E,, 49 Rossie Street 
Smith. Mrs Elizabelth 11 Ernest Street 
Smith, Mrs Hannah, 7 Palmer Street 
Smith, Mrs Helen. 4 West Keptie Street 
Smith, Mrs Isabella, 17 Kinnaird Street 
Smith Mrs Isabella. 22 Ladybridge St 
Smith. Mrs J., 31 Seagate 
Smith, Mrs Jane, grocer, 20 Marketgate 
Smith, Mrs Janet, 36 Howard Street 
Smith, Mrs Jessie B„ 42 Marketgate 
Smith, Mrs Jessie. 10 Marketgate 
Smith Mrs Jessie 19 Millgate Loan 
Smith, Mrs Margaret, 21 Palmer Street 
Smith Mrs Mary, b Green Street 
Smith. Mrs Mary Ann, 16 Seagate 
Smyth, P., mill foreman, 18 Lochland St 
Smytn Mrs. 23 Cairnie Street 
Soutar, Alex. A., 20 Leonard Street 
Soutar, Alex., shoemaker, 26 E. Mill Wy 
Soutar, Andrew, fireman 48 Leonard St 
Soiitar" Carnegie, baker, 122 High Street^ 
Soutar, David, labourer. 36 Hannah St 
Soutar, David, 45 Millgate Loan 
Soutar, Geo. C, baker, 15 E. Abbey St 
Soutar, George, 17 Gowan Street 
Soutar, James S., Bracklin, Salisbury PI 
Soutar, John, chimneysweep, 17 Gowan St 
Souttar, John, 15 St Vigeans Road 
Soutar, Robert, ironturner, 9 Hannah St 
Soutar, W. M., Bracklinn 
Soutar, William, labourer. 10 Gowan St 
Soutar, Miss, 17 Hillend Road 



Soutar, Miss J., factory worker, 19 North 

Grimsby 
Soutar, Mrs B., widow, 14 Addison PI 
Soutar, Mrs Eliz., 14 Nolt Loan 
Soutar, Mrs Marjory 19 Allan Street 
Souter Misses, 37 West Keptie Street 
Souttar, John, 22 Maule Street 
Spalding, A., insur. agt., 44 Nolt Loan Rd 
Spalding, James, 10 John Street 
Spaakie, W., telegraphist, 240 High St 
Spark, Frank! 37 Lordbur.n 
SDark James, coal wkr., 6 St Vigeans Rd 
Spark, William 18 Barngreen 
Spark, Missi Helen. 20 Culloden Terrace 
Spark. Mrs Jane, 69 Locmand Street 
Spark, Mrs Jessie. 46 John Street 
Spence, Alex., 14 St Vigeans Road 
Spence Alfred, 60 Howard Street 
Spence, Thos., shoemaker, 50 Leonard St 
Spence, W., ticket collector, 42 Helen St 
Spiers, G., traveller, 27 Brechin Road 
Spiers, Mrs Annie W., 29 John Street 
Spink. Adam, fisherman, 3 W. Newgate 
Spiers, Albert, mechanic, 1 Green Street 
Spink, Daniel, 45 Kinnaird Street 
Spink, David, 19J* North Grimsby 
Spink, David, labourer, 14 Millgate Loan 
Spink, Ed., manager, 13 Bank Street 
Spink, Geo., labourer, 41 John Street 
Spink, Geo. B., plumber, 28 W. Newgate 
Spink, James, labourer, 4 Seagate 
Spink, Jas., salmonfisher, 20 Hill Place 
Spink, John 17 Convent Street 
Spink, Joseph, fisherman, 22 John Street 
SDink, "Joseph, 9 Anderson Street 
Spink, Norman, 24 Helen Street 
Spink, Peter, fisherman, 18 High Street 
Spink, Robert, 33 Union Street East 
Spink, Robt., hallkeeper, 64 High Street 
Spink, William, 74 Cairnie Street 
Spink, Wm., labourer, 24 Union St E 
Spink, Bella M., spinster, 15 Ann Street 
Spink, Catherine, widow, 19 South Street 
Spink, Mrs Bets" 56 Marketgate 
Spink, Mrs Helen, 29 Culloden Road 
Spink, Mrs Henry, 19 Millgate Loan 
Spink, Williamina, widow, 17 W. Newgate 
Spraggs, William, electrical engineer, 62 I 

Lochland Street 
Sprott, Jessie E., retired teacher, 14 Col- I 

vill Place 
Sprunt, Mrs Elizabeth. 2 Gayfield 
Stables, Alex. R. blacksmith. 19 Park St 
Stalker, Mary, spinner, 61 Helen Street 
Stalker. Mrs, 1 Elliot Street 
Standish. Mrs Jane. 43 Lochland St 
Stark, Mrs D. L„ 43 Cairnie Street 
Steedman, Wm., residenter, 46 Marketgate 
Steel, Mrs Agnes. 33 Ann Street 
Steele, David. 9 Reform Street 
Steele, John, 25 Elliot Street 
Steele, Miss M., 42 Helen Street 
Stephen, Charles. 57 Barngreen 
Stephen, D., engineer, 5 Addison Place 
Stephen, David, 19 Millgate Loan 
Stephen, George, 1 Elliot Street 
Stephen, George, 21 Green Street 
Stephen, T., police const., 146 High Street 
Stephen, R. O., fish mcht., 1 Dishland St 



180 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

GEORGE BLACK 

JOINER AND CONTRACTOR, 

Ernest Street Joinery Works. 



Property Repairs carried out under Personal Supervision 

at Keenest Rates. Send your Enquiries. 

Incubators, Brooders, Sectional Poultry Houses, &c, at 

Keenest Rates. 



Estimates Given for all proposed New and Reconstructional Work. 



Note Address: 



ERNEST STREET, ARBROATH. 



Nothing but the Finest Home-Fed Beef, 
Mutton, and Pork, kept in Stock. 



ROBERT GLASS 

and ^^^^W^^^ Brechin Road 
Poulterer '^^^^^^M^ Arbroath 

Orders Called For and Promptly delivered. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



181 



Stephen, Thos., policeman, 59 Leonard St 
Stephen, Annie, 44 St Vigeans Road 
Stephen, Margaret, confectioner, 188 High 

Street 
Stephen, Miss Annie. Cairnie Road 
Stephen, Mrs 31 East Abbey Street 
Stephen, Mrs Ann, 44 St Vigeans Road 
Stephen, Mrs Jane, 26 Elliot Street 
Stephen, Mrs Jessie, 55 Dishland Street 
Stephenson, A., draper, 19 Victoria St 
Steven, John, Si Elliot Street 
Steven, Jemima, grocer, 20 Ann Street 
Steven, Mary E., spinster, 28 Sidney St 
Steven, Miss, 26 Ladyloan 
Siteven, Mrs E., 57 Barngreen 
Stevenson, Mrs E., 19 Victoria Street 
Stevenson, Mrs Margaret, 39 Wallace St 
Stewart, Alex. M., vintner, 13 Old Shore H 
Stewart, Alexander, 18 East Mary Street 
Stewart, Angus, moulder, 27 Culloden Rd 
Stewart, Charles, clerk, 39 Hannah St 
Stewart, David, 5 Hill Road 
Stewart, David F., mason. 42 Sidney St 
Stewart, David, 10 John Street 
Stewart, Ebenezer, 58 St Vigeans Road 
Stewart, Geo., signalman, 60 St Mary St 
Stewart, George, 45 Helen Street 
Stewart, J., pawnbroker, 37 Lordburn 
Stewart, J. A., residenter, 2 Osborne Ter 
Stewart, James, painter, 17 Barngreen 
Stewart, James, 22 Fergus Street 
Stewart, James A., 27 Cairnie Street 
Stewart, John, 17 Ladyloan 
Stewart, John, agent, British Linen Bank, 

1 Brothock Bridge 
Stewart, John, contractor, 16 High St 
Stewart, John K... 14 Hill Place 
Stewart, Robert, machineman. 120 High St 
Stewart, Robert, Strachan Street 
Stewart, Thos., cutler 12 Bakers Wynd 
Stewart, William, 6 Ann Street 
Stewart, William, 54 High Street 
Stewart, William N.. 16 Brechin Road 
Stewart, Wm.. superintendent, Dale In- 
dustrial School, Brechin Road 
Stewart, Annie W., widow. 3 Lillies Wy 
Stewart, Catherine, 5 St Vigeans Road 
Stewart, Mary A., reeler, 9 Union St E 
Stewart, Mary A., dressmaker, 43 West 

Newgate 
Stewart, Miss 1 Locnland Street 
Stewart, Miss Margaret, 33 West Port 
Stewart, Mrs A. M., 18 Culloden Terrace 
Stewart, Mrs Agnes 36 Victoria Street 
Stewart, Mrs Christina, 62 Cairnie Street 
Stewart, Mrs Eliz.. 12 Abbott Street 
Stewart, Mrs I., widow, 9 Howard Street 
Stewart, Mrs Isabella, 21 Culloden. Road 
Stewart, Mrs Joan. 106 Keptie Street 
Stewart, Mrs R., weaver, 25 Bog Lane 
Stewart, Susan, factory worker, 62 How- 
ard Street 
Stirling, Alex., 2 Dorward Place 
Stirling, David, mason. 5 Kyd Street 
Stirling, David, mason. 77 Ladyloan 
Stirling, Geo., carter 41 Wallace Street 
Stirling, John 44 Ernest Street 
Stirling, John, 53 West Grimsby 
Stirling, John. 37 Fergus Square 



Stirling, Annie, residenter, 10 W. Abbey St 
Stirling, Miss A., 1 Walker Place 
Stirling, Miss Jane, 43 Elliot Street 
Stiven, And., shoemaker, 44 Howard St 
Stiven, John, shoemaker, 37 Elliot St 
Stiven, Grace, 26 Ladyloan 
Stiven, Jane, picker 26 Ladyloan 
Stiven, Miss Betsy. 2 Millgate Loan 
Stiven, Miss Eliz., 23 John Street 
Stone, Harold V., organist, 42 Lochland St 
Stormont, Charles, labourer, 22 Kyd St 
Stormont, James, 27 Dishland Street 
Stormont, W., flaxdresser, 1 Barbers Croft 
Stormont, Miss Jane. 87 Ladyloan 
Stormont, Mrs C, 33 Commerce Street 
Storrier, Helen, factory worker, 8 Leo- 
nard Street 
Storrier, Mrs Margt. G. F., 26 Bank St 
Storrier, Mrs Mary, licensed grocer, 31 

Panmure Street 
Stott, Alex. M'K., 4 Howard Street 
Stott, F. J. A., 26 Fergus Square 
Stott, Jas., surfaceman, 5 St Vigeans Rd 
Strachan, Allan R., 2 Howard Street 
Strachan, And., insur. agt., 14 Barngreen 
Strachan, D„ bleacher, 13 St Vigeans Rd 
Strachan, David, postman, 39 Barngreen 
Strachan, David, 2 West Abbey Street 
Strachan, Fred, traveller, Kinjoch Ter 
Strachan, G., shoemaker, 36 Millgate Ln 
Strachan, James, 23 St Mary Street 
Strachan, James N., 15 Culloden Road 
Strachan, John, butcher, 80 Cairnie St 
Strachan, John L., tailor, 56a High St 
Strachan, R., plasterer, 47 Culloden Road 
Strachan, Robt., tailor, 27 Commerce St 
Strachan, Thos., engineer, 7 Guthrie Port 
Strachan, Thos. D., fitter, 56a High St 
Strachan, W. B., bookseller, 10 George St 
Strachan, Walter, 10 Applegate 
Strachan, Elizabeth, widow, 6 Maule St 
Strachan, Elizabeth 22 Jamieson Street 
Strachan, Mary, 51 Keptie Street 
Strachan, Miss Agnes M. K., 38 Ann St 
Strachan, Miss Annie, librarian, 16 Col- 

vill Place 
Strachan, Miss Mary B., 51 Keptie Street 
Strachan, Misses, 38 Addison Place 
Strachan, Mrs Jane 35 West Grimsby 
Strachan, Mrs M., 5% St Mary Street 
Strachan, Mrs M. A., 30 Maule Street 
Strachan, Mrs Maria, 21 Duke Street 
Strachan, Mrs Robina, 9 West Mary St 
Stuart, A., shorthand teacher, 175 High St 
Stuart, Alex. M., 13 Old Shore Head 
Stuart Alex. R., 6 Carnegie Street 
Stuart, W., labourer 30 St Vigeans Road 
Stuart Miss Helen. 43 Rossie Street 
Stuart, Mrs, 19 Dalhousie Place 
Sturrock, Alex., surfaceman, 13 Glover St 
Sturrock. D., factor^ worker, 17 Barngreen 
Sturrock, Fred, 4 Elliot Street 
Sturrock, Geo. W. L., leather manufac- 
turer, 6 Alexandra Place 
Sturrock, James, Hays Lane 
Sturrock, John, bowling green keeper, 57 

Leonard Street 
Sturrock, P., motor driver, 4 Bridge St 
Sturrock, W., blacksmith, 78 St Vigeans Rd 



182 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Telephone No. 124. 

JOHN RAYHE 

PLUMBER, GASFITTER, SANITARY ENGINEER, 
AND WATER WORKS CONTRACTOR, 

11-13 West Abbey Street, Arbroath. 

Estimates Given for Fitting Up Electric Light Installations. 

Orders in Town or Country promptly attended to, and carried out with the 
greatest care. 

All Garments made by 

REID & CUTHILL 

Have that envied distinction which puts them in the 
. forefront. 

We always have on hand a Wide Range of the Finest 
Cloths in Harris and Shetland Tweeds, Worsteds, Serges, 
and Vicunas, &c. 

Only the Finest Materials are used, and Customers may 
rely on all our productions being thoroughly Up-to-date in 
Style and Finish. 

Personal Attention given to every Order, and Satisfaction 
Guaranteed. 

JKJlLIJJ & V>U 1 JrllLL/ Ladies and Gentlemen 
BROTHOCK BANK, ARBROATH 



R. A. MacFarlane 

MOTOR ENGINEER, 

ABBEY GARAGE, ARBROATH. 



Any Make of Motor Car or Cycle Supplied. 

Charabanc for Hire at Reasonable Rates 
'Phone No. 211. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



183 



Sturrock, Win., 28 Hamilton Green 
Sturrock, Annie, factory worker, 14 Chal- 
mers Street 
Sturrock, Mrs Alex., 2 Duke Street 
Sturrock, Mrs Lizzie, 24 Green Street 
Sutherland, Alex., 10 St Vigeans Road 
Sutherland, H., manager, 35 Cairnie Street 
Sutherland, H., 88 Helen Street 
Sutherland, J., gardener, 7 Lochland St 
Sutherland, T labourer, 83 Lochland St 
Sutherland, W. F., clerk, 260 High Street 
Sutherland, Wm., 23 Ladyloan 
Sutherland, Elizabeth, factory worker, 10 

West Abbey Street 
Sutherland, Mary, 83 Keptie Street 
Sutherland, Mrs Mary, 26 Green Street 
Suttie, Alex., slater. 20 Lochland Street 
Suttie, Alex., 31 Lochland Street 
Suttie, Andrew, labourer, 17 Ernest St 
Suttie, James, 39 Green Street 
Suttie, John, jun., 4 Hayswell Road 
Suttie, Mrs Eliz., Union Villa 
Suttie, Mrs Helen, 14 Ann Street 
Swan, David, seaman, 18 Abbot Street 
Swan, Geo., fisherman, 22 Ladybridge 
Swan, James, fisherman, 32 Barngreen 
Swan, James, fisherman. 30 Seagate 
Swan, W., Horologe Ho., Hayshead Rd 
Swan, William, 21 West Newgate 
Swan, Wm., 98 Keptie Street 
Swan, Mrs M., fisherwoman, 19 Union St E 
Swan, Mrs M., fishdealer, 25 Union St E 
Swan, Mrs M., 8 Ponderlaw Lane 
Swankie, Charles, fisherman. 7 Marketgate 
Swankie, Charles, 11 Old Shore Head 
Swankie, Claude, fisherman, 28 Seagate 
Swankie, D. C, 10J Seagate 
Swankie, David, 10 West Newgate 
Swankie David, fisherman, 11 South St 
Swankie, David, fisherman, 15 South St 
Swankie, David H., 30 Glover Street 
Swankie, Henry, engineer, 40 John St 
Swankie, Hugh, fisherman, 8 High Street 
Swankie, J., fisherman, 11 Old Shore Hd 
Swankie, James, moulder, 9 Marketgate 
Swankie, James P., 39 John Street 
Swankie. Joseph, fisherman, 49 High St 
Swankie, Josepn, 8 Shore 
Swankie, P., 10 Union Street West 
Swankie, Peter, 8 Stuart Street 
Swankie, Peter, labourer, 20 High St 
Swankie, Peter, 6 Marketgate 
Swankie, Peter, 35 Union Street East 
Swankie, R., 9 Marketgate 
Swankie, Robert, 9 Old Shore Head 
Swankie, Robert, 12 Bakers Wynd 
Swankie, Robert, 45 Marketgate 
Swankie, Robt., fisherman, 41 W. Grimsby 
Swankie, Robt. S., labourer, 10 High St 
Swankie, T., fisherman, 12 Union St E 
Swankie, Thos., fisherman, 14 Seagate 
Swankie, Thos., merchant, 10 High St 
Swankie, Thos P., fisherman, 8 South St 
Swankie, Tom, fisherman, 3 W. Newgate 
Swankie, William 18 Shore 
Swankie, William, 29 John Street 
Swankie, Wm., fisherman, 18 South Street 
Swankie, Wm., fisherman, 19 South Street 
Swankie, Wm., fisherman, 6 Marketgate" 



Swankie, Wm., labourer, 31 Seagate 
Swankie, Wm., fisherman, 11 Union St E 
Swankie, Helen, widow, 7 High Street 
Swankie, Isabella, fisherwoman, 14 Seagate 
Swankie, Isabella, 15 High Street 
Swankie, Lily, 10 High Street 
Swankie, Mrs Ann W, 1 Shore 
Swankie, Mrs C, widow 13 South Street 
Swankie, Mrs Catherine, 31 Union St E 
Swankie, Mrs Eliz... 23 High Street 
Swankie, Mrs Isabella, 16 High Street 
Swankie, Mrs J., mill worker, 27 John St 
Swankie, Mrs Robina, 32 Seagate 
Swankie, Mrs Thomas, 39 Sidney Strei t 
Swanson, John, moulder, 11 Fergus Sq 
Swanson, John, currier, 29 Abbot Street 
Swanson, Mrs Louise, 4 Stanley Street 
Swanson, Mrs Wm., 18 Glover Street 
Sweet, Robert S., banker, 59 High Street 
Swinton, Alex., 37 High Street 
Swinton, Mrs Eliz., 142£ High Street 
Swirles, John, engineer, 64 Lochland St 
Sword, James, 19 Guthrie Port 
Sword, Mrs Barbara^ 42 Rossie Street 
Syme, Mrs Agnes, 29 Hannah Street 
Syme, Mrs Mary Jane, 38 St Vigeans Rd 
Symers, Wm., shoemaker, 11 Palmer St 
Symon, A. A., architect, 52 Lochland St 
Symon, George, roper, 1 Addison Place 
Symon, Jas., ironturner, 14 W. Abbey St 
Symon, Mrs Alexander, 23 Barngreen 

Tait, Jacob, flaxdresser, 70 Keptie Street 
Tait, John, chemist. 2 Dishland Street 
Talbert, Caithness, labourer, 12 Maule St 
Talbert, James, 63 Leonard Street 
Talbot, Wm., sailmaker, 29 Fergus Street 
Tarbat, A.. 44 Elliot Streat 
Tarbat, Win, 23 Bank Street 
Tarbat, Annie and Euphemia, spinsters, 

28-30 Gowan Street 
Tarbet, Alexander, 64 Fergus Square 
Tarbet, James L., printer. 1 Applegate 
Tasker, John, signalman, 8 Wallace St 
Tasker, John, labourer, 45 Millgate Loan; 
Tasker, W., factory wkr., 12 Chalmers St 
Taylor, A. J., 17 Hill Place 
Taylor, Alex., ironturner, 7 Anderson St 
Taylor, Alex., 74 Cairnie Street 
Taylor, Alex., painter, 50 Howard Street 
Taylor, Andrew G., 1 Dorward Place 
Tavlor, Arthur, 76 Marketgate 
Taylor, D., 231 High Street, 
Tavlor. D., 26 East Mill Wynd 
Taylor, G. S., 10 Barbers Croft 
Taylor, J. Gibb, 60 Cairnie Street 
Taylor, James, farm servant. 62 Cairnie St 
Taylor, James, tailor 83 High Street 
Taylor, James C, 28 Glover Street 
Taylor, James, St Anns, Ernest Street 
Taylor, John, labourer, 18 W. Abbey St 
Tavlor, John A., reporter, 38 Helen St 
Taylor, Percy, 22 Glover Street 
Taylor, Richard S. 18 Dishland Street 
Taylor, Robert A., chemical worker, 56 

Howard Street 
Taylor, Thomas C, police constable, 69' 

Lochland Street 



184 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

BUIST & CO 

Specialists in Linen and 



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other Goods made in 
Scotland — ' 



LINENS of QUALITY 




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Price Lists on Application 

BUIST & CO. 

38 Guthrie Por*t Af*br*oath 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS 



185 



Taylor W., railway porter, 9 Anderson St 
Taylor, W. H. 29 Gowan Street 
Taylor, William, lapper, 16 Church St 
Taylor, Wm., 5 Barbers Croft 
Taylor, Grace, weaver, 27 Lochland St 
Taylor, Mary A., spinster, 46 Fergus Sq 
Taylor, Miss, 49 East Abbey Street 
Taylor, Miss Margt., 29 Green Street 
Taylor, Mrs, 3 St Vigeans Road 
Taylor, MrSj 1 Garden Street 
Taylor, Mrs E., widow, 27 Cairnie Street 
Taylor, Mrs Euphemia. 3 Salisbury Place 
Taylor, Mrs Mary A., 38 Helen Street 
Tear, Alex., labourer, 62 St Vigeans Rd 
Teviotdale, Alex., fisherman, 9 John St 
Teviotdale, J., fisherman, 36 W. Wewgate 
Teviotdale, W., mechanic, 3 Bakers Wynd 
Teviotdale, Wm., fisherman, 9 South St 
Teviotdale, Mrs, 22 Smithy Croft 
Thorn, Geo., warehouseman, 19 Cairnie St 
Thorns, Alex., billposter, 2 Abbey Street 
Thomas, L. F., coastguard, 11 Shore 
Thomson, A., tailor, Fountainbleau, Sea- 
ton Road > 
Thomson, A. G., currier, 16 Millgate Ln 
Thomson, Alex., leather cutter, 17 Kyd St 
Thomson, D., warehouseman, 17 Dishland 

Street 
Thomson, D., 62 Cairnie Street 
Thomson, Dr Douglas ML., b Queen Street 
Thomson, Dr J. E. G , Gowanpark, Gowan 

Street 
Thomson, E., engineer, Viewfield Road 
Thomson, G. L., 3 Abbot Street 
Thomson, G. R., engraver, 34 Hamilton 

Green 
Thomson, G. Rutherford, 3 Springfield T 
Thomson, George. 51 Ladyloan 
Thomson, J., 74 Cairnie Street 
Thomson, James, clerk, 54 Rossie Street 
Thomson, Jas., storekeeper, 72 Howard St 
Thomson, John, flaxdresser, 15 Kyd Street 
Thomson, Louis, labourer, 11 South St 
Thomson, Thomas, tailor, 13 Russell St 
Thomson, Thomas, gardener, 27 Kyd St 
Thomson, Thomas. 3 Rosebank 
Thomson, William, 4 Addison Place 
Thomson, Agnes, 20 Lochland Street 
Thomson, Jane, 1 St Vigeans Road 
Thomson, Miss, maid, 35 Kinnaird St 
Thomson, Miss,- -32 East Mill Wynd 
Thomson, Miss E. E., 62 Millgate Loan 
Thomson, Miss Robina, 37 E. Abbey St 
Thomson, Mrs, charwoman, 9 Park St 
Thomson, Mrs Helen. 4 Rossie Street 
Thomson, Mrs J. D. 37 Ladybridge St 
Thomson, Mrs Jane, 63 Leonard Street 
Thomson, Mrs Jane, 1 St Vigeans Road 
Thomson, Mrs W. A., widow. 7 Colvill PI 
Thomson, Rachael, 30 Amii Street 
Thorburn, Walter, engineer, 29 Duke St 
Thorneycroft, W. H., grocer, High St 
Thornton, D., clothier. 16 Dalhousie PI 
Thornton, James, joiner, 6 Elliot Street 
Thornton, Robert, 3 St Vigeans Road 
Thornton, Mrs, 5 Reform Street . 
Thyne, John, clerk, 2 Albert Street 
Tillotson, G., bank agent, 115 High St 



Titterington, Richard, 98 High Street 
Tocher, Mrs Elizabeth, 51 Ladyloan 
Todd, A., 48i Cairnie Street 
Todd, David 9 Fergus Street 
Todd, Wm., 5 Reform Street 
Todd, Jane, 28 Maule Street 
Tosh, Allan, 42i East Abbey Street 
Tosh, J. F. G., 12 Rosebank 
Tosh, Kenneth, 6 Union Street East 
Tosh, Wm., shoemaker. 44 High Street 
Towler, James, 25 Panmure Street 
Towns. Mrs M., Rosebery Place 
Toye, Robert P., 30 Kyd Street 
Traill, David B., watchman, 12 John St 
Trimble, Chas., shoemaker, 8 Stanley St 
Tulloch, J., clerk, 58 Millgate Loan 
Tulloch, Robert, banker, The Bungalow, 
Rose Street _ 

Turnbull; George, tailor, 11 Rossie Street 
Turnbull, James, 22 Cairnie Street 
Turnbull, James, gardener, 1 Addison PI 
Turnbull, James A., iron turner, 6 Duke St 
Turriff, H. A., 36 Victoria Street 

Ure, James. 56 Millgate Loan 
Urquhart, Hector, 6 Tames Street 
Urquhart Mrs A. G., "16 East Grimsby 

Valentine, Andrew, 56 Fergus Square 
Valentine, David. 36 Ann Street 
Valentine, J., railway porter, 26 Green St 
Valentine, Jas., lbr., 18 Ogilvy Place 
Valentine, Joan, widow, 35 Fergus St 
Valentine, Mrs, 6 High Street 
Vannet, J., works manager, 5 Fergus St 
Vannet, Mrs Elizabeth, 30 Howard St 
Vernon, F., seedsman, Greenbank, Mill- 
gate Loan 

Waddell, Archibald, butcher, 14 Hill PI 
Waddell, Mrs, 36 Ernest Street 
Waiters, William, slater, 9 Green Street 
Walker, Alex., 32 Dishland Street 
Walker, David, 33 East Mill Wynd 
Walker, J., 16 Russell Street 
Walker, James, 10 West Mill Wynd 
Walker, James, 29 West Mary Street 
Walker, James, mechanic, 21 Church St 
Walker, James, hawker, 18 Millgate Ln 
Walker, Jas., grocer, 50 St Vigeans Rd 
Walker, R. C, mill manager, 10 Addison 

Place 
Walker, William, Rosedene, Keptie Road 
Walker, William E., 26 E. Mill Wynd 
Walker. Betsy, millworker, 33 Park Street 
Walker, Eliz! M., spinster, 32 Glover St 
Walker, Miss A., music teacher, 7 Prin- 
ces Stxeet 
Walker, Miss Marv. 20 Colvill Place 
Walker, Mrs, widow, 6 Elliot Place 
Walker, Mrs Betsy, 31^! East Abbey St 
Walker, Mrs Betsy, 33 Park Street 
Walker, Mrs James, Kinloch Terrace 
Wallace. Andrew, dairy farmer, Culloden 
Wallace, Arthur A., music teacher, lSj 

West Port 
Wallace, D., 18 Fergus Street 
Wallace, David, carter, 39 Leonard Street 



186 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

David D. Barnett 

WINE y SPIRIT MERCHANT, 

3 MILLGATE LOAN, Arbroath 

(FIT O' THE PORT). 

Barnett's Special Scotch Whisky 

Is the Finest and most palatable obtainable. Highly recommended 
for Invalids It is the same Fine Old Whisky that Sir Ralph the 
Rover and the Abbot pledged their bond of friendship on the deck 
of Sir Ralph's ship. 

Barnett's Famed Scotch & Irish Whiskies 

Pure Mellow Spirits — A Treat to Drink. 

Specially Old Demerara Rum. 

Very Old Brandies and Wines (Port and Sherries) kept in Stock. 

Barnett's Beer always in Sparkling Condition 

The same as used at the Court of Mary Queen of Scots. 
Combe's Stout and Bass's Ale in Prime Condition. 



DAVID D. BARNETT 

3 MILLGATE LOAN. 



The Rendezvous of Arbroathians returning home from 
all parts of the World. 



Wallace, G., machineman, 7 Dishland St 
Wallace, G. R., residenter, 66 Nolt Loan 

Road 
Wallace, J., 81 Ladyloan 
Wallace, J. W.. plumber, 19 Palmer St 
Wallace, James, 42 Elliot Street 
Wallace, Peter, labourer, 33 Lindsay St 
Wallace, Robert A v 43 Wallace Street 
Wallace, W., 8 West Mill Wynd 
Wallace, Wm.. 29 West Abbey Street 
Wallace, Mary, mill wrkr., 27 Howard St 
Wallace, Miss S., 13 Colvill Place 
Wallace, Mrsi E., 15 Brechin Road 
Wallace, Mrs Jean, 40 Kill Street 
. Wallace, Mrs Jean, 41 Cairnie Street 
' Wallace, Mrs M., 1 Cairnie Place 
Wallace, Mrs M„ laundress, 14 Kyd St 
Wallace, Mrs Mary, 20 West Mary Street 
Walton, A. C, engineer, 2 Walker PI 
Walton, James 37 Guthrie Port 
Wannan, James, mason, 20 Gowan Street 
Wannan, Wm., flaxdresser, 4 Applegate 
Wannan, Lizzie, weaver, 11 Lochland St 
Warden, Carl, 7 Palmer Street 
Warden, Harry A., 52 Rossie Street 
Warden, Mrs, 3 Church Street 
Wark, Rev. J. R., M.A., Cairnie Road 
Warren, Peter, upholsterer, 9 Anderson St 
Warren, Miss Mary, 25 Park Street 
Waters, A., 24 Milleate Loan 
Waterson, Charles, mason. 29 Ann Street 
Waterson, William, 50 Kinnaird Street 
Waterston, W., labourer, 33 E. Abbey St 
Waterston, Mrs Margaret, 1 Rosebank 
Watson, Alex., 15 Victoria Street 
Watson, Charles, engnr., 15 Leonard St 
Watson, D. L. M. a 12 Panmure Street 
Watson, G., assist, mngr., 43 St Mary St 
Watson G. S., shoemaker, 67 Sidney St 
Watson, George, 15 Duke Street 
Watson, H., licensed °-cr., 12 Fergus St 
Watson, H.. 93 Keptie Street 
Watson, J. J., irondresser, 43 Rossie St 
Watson, James, 31 St Mary Street 
Watson, James, bleacher, 51 Guthrie Pt 
Watson, James C, 9 East Abbey St 
Watson, John D„ commercial traveller, 

19 Brothock Bridge 
Watson, Peter, 41 Sidney Street 
Watson, T. W., coal mcht., Salisbury PI 
Watson, Thomas, 36 Millgate Loan 
Watson, Wm., labourer. 4 Maule Street 
Watson, Mary A., millwkr., 19 Church St 
Watson, Mrs, residenter, 3 Rosebank 
Watson, Mrs, 93 Keptie Street 
Watson, Mrs Agnes, 41 Lordburn 
Watson, Mrs J., widow, 15 St Vigeans Rd 
Watson, Mrs Jane, 21 Glover Street 
Watson, Mrs M. A., postmistress, 50 

Cairnie Street 
Watson, Mrs M. A., millworker, 75 Mill- 
gate Loan 
Watson, Mrs Matilda, 40 Ann Street 
Watt, A., 3 Wallace Street 
Watt, A., 32 Applegate 
Watt, A., police sergeant, 81 Ladyloan 
Watt, Alex., engineer, I. Elliot Place 



Watt, Alex., fish merchant, 22 High St 

Watt, Alexander, 50 Marketgate 

Watt, Andrew, 26 Hamilton Green 

Watt, Charles. 33 East Mill Wynd 

Watt, D., 9 Gowan Street 

Watt,, D., 6 Abbey Path 

Watt, David,, fireman. c± Fergus Square 

Watt, David, factory wrkr., 10 Seagate 

Watt, David, 6 Carnegie Street 

Watt, James B., mechanic, 50 Lochland St 

Watt, John, 62 Helen Street 

Watt, John, fisherman, 17 Seagate 

Watt, John, 10 Abbey Path 

Watt, Robert, 5 Ernest Street 

Watt, Thomas, saddler, Strachan Street 

Watt, Alexina, 12 Jamieson Street 

Watt, Catherine, 35 Union Street East 

Watt, Jane G., spinster, 21 Queen Street 

Watt, Mary, factory worker, 22 W. Abbey. 

Street 
Watt, Mrs Elizabeth, 4 Nolt Loan Road 
Watt, Mrs Elsie, 6 Bakers Wynd 
Watt, Mrs Helen, 16 Jamieson Street 
Watt, Mrs Isabella^ 21 Ponderlaw Street 
Watt, Mrs Jessie, 47 St Mary Street 
Watt, Mrs M. t 15 Culloden Road 
Watt, Mrs Margaret, 32 Applegate 
Watt, Mrs Margaret, 9 Hannah Street 
Webster, Alex., labourer, 18 Maule St 
Webster, Alfred, engineer, 28 Cairnie St 
Webster, Angus, 68 Brechin Road 
Webster, D. W., manufacturer, Seaton Rd 
Webster, David, painter, 24 Wardmill Rd 
Webster, David, -18 East Mill Wynd 
Webster, Francis, manufactr., Ashbrook 
Webster, J., 36 Green Street 
Webster, James, plumber, 7 Guthrie Port 
Webster, James", 8 Keptie Street 
Webster, James, 32 Ernest Street 
Webster, John F., foreman, 4 Carnegie St 
Webster, R., shoemaker, 3 Kinnaird St 
Webster, W. W., manufacturer, Denley, 

Arbirlot Road 
Webster, Wm., Bellevue, Springfield Ter 
Webster, Bella, 27 Howard Street 
Webster, Elizabeth, widow, 12 Abbot St 
Webster, Miss Ann, retired teacher, 41 

Cairnie Street 
Webster, Mrs, 18 Bridge Street 
Webster, Mrs A., widow, 69 Lochland St 
Webster, Mrs Jane A., 1 Victoria Street 
Webster, Mrs Jessie. 36 Addison Place 
Webster, Mrs Jessie, 10 Jamieson Street 
Weir, James G., hairdresser, 39 John St 
Weir, John, labourer, 46 Ladybridge St 
Weir, John, bleacher, 22 Fergus Square 
Weir, William, scavenger, 2 Maule Street 
Welsh, David, 82 Helen Street 
Welsh, James, shoemaker, 16 Fergus Sq 
Welsh, Wm., residenter. 82 Helen Street 
Welsh, Mrs, 23 Park Street 
Welsh, Mrs B., 22 Glover Street 
Welsh, Mrs Jane, 14 Robert Street 
West, J. S., 17 South Street 
Weston, Geo., labourer. 10 W. Mary St 
Westwater, Elizabeth, 2 Cairnie Place 
Whamond, D., irondresser, 44 Applegate 



188 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Royal Exchange 
Assurance 



INCORPORATED AD. 1720 j J 




lloyal Exchange, London (Head Office) 

Fire, Life, Sea, Accident, Motor Car, 
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Liability, Fidelity Guarantees, Third 
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AGENTS IN ARBROATH : 

W. r& W. H. ALEXANDER, Solicitors, 62 High Street. 

D. & W. CHAPEL, Solicitors, Market Place. 

CLARK, OLIVER, DEWAR & WEBSTER, Solicitors, Brothock 

Bank. 
THOS. W. P. GOURLEY, Solicitor, S2 Marketgate. 
W. & J. MACKINTOSH, Solicitors, 1 Hill Street. 
A. L. ROBERTSON, M.R.C.V.S., 40 Hill Street. 
JOHN H. SIM, Bank of Scotland, High Street. 
JOHN STEWART, British Linen Bank, Brothock Bridge. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



189 



Whamond, J., moulder. 42 St Vigeans Rd 
Whamond, Isabella, caretaker, 14£ Spink St 
White, Alex.,, residenter. 64 Cairnie St 
White, Alfred, 3 Arrott Street 
White, Charles, porter, 18 Ogilvy Place 
White, D., sen., engineer, 16 Barngreen 
White, G., 33 Ladyloan 
White, Henry, engineer, 2 Gayfield 
White, J., 14 Church Street 
White, James, cashier, 11 Howard Street 
White, James C, joiner, 31 Jamieson St 
White, John, 14 Church Street 
White, Robt., ironwkr., 2b Jamieson St 
White, Wm., labourer, 27 Seagate 
White, Mrs, 17 Ogilvy Place 
White, Mrs Ann, 6 Glover Street 
White, Mrs Barbara, 21 Ernest Street 
White, Mrs Betsy, 31 John Street 
Whitton, A., ironmoulder, 18 Millgate Ln 
Whitton, A., lorryman, 18 Lillies Wynd 
Whitton, C, 4 Ladybridge Street 
Whitton. Charles, moulder, 26 Helen St 
Whitton, D., insur. agent, 19 Hays Lane 
Whitton, David, 19 John Street 
Whitton, David, 23 Leonard Street 
Whitton, James, carter, 44 Marketgate 
Whitton, James, Briuge Street 
Whitton, James, moulder, 30 St Mary St 
Whitton, James, carter, 44 Marketgate 
Whitton, John, 19 Leonard Street 
Whitton," John, carter, 31 Elliot Street 
Whitton, John vanman, 15 Fergus Square 
Whitton, John G., cooper, 18 Abbot St 
Whitton, Betsy & J., drapers, 223 High St 
Whitton, Robina, millwkr., 35 Lindsay St 
Whvte, Arch., 16 Ernest Street 
Whvte, D. W., Hazel Cottage, Sidney St 
Whyte, David, gardener, Greenfield 
Whyte, George, labourer, 33 Ladyloan 
Whvte, Harrv, 31 Ann Street 
Whyte, J. S.', druggist, 29 Hayswell Rd 
Whyte, James D., vintner, 39 Panmure St 
Whyte, James, cashier, 11 Howard Street 
Whvte, James, lorrvman, 17 Russell St 
Whyte, P.. 5 Wallace Street 
Whyte, William L. 4 16 Ernest Street 
Whyte, Wm., labourer, 27 Seagate 
Whyte, Jane, 20 St Vigeans Road 
Whyte, Mrs, 36 Fergus Square 
Whyte, Mrs Barbara, 21 Ernest Street 
Whyte, Mrs Susan, 6*7 Keptie Street 
Whytock, Mrs Ann M,, 8 Hume Street 
Wilkie, Edward, 6 James Street 
Wilkie, J., engine driver, 43 Guthrie Pt 
Wilkie, James, ships officer, Viewfield Rd 
Wilkie, Wm., law clerk, 57 Rossie Street 
Wilkie, Miss K.. 31 Howard Street 
Wilkie, Miss M., housekpr., 27 Duke St 
Wilkin, Mrs, 18 Millgate Loan 
Wilkie, Mrs Jane, 6 Guthrie Hill 
Will, G., police const., 25 W. Keptie St 
Will, Charles D., 11 Queen Street 
Will, James, 8 Shore 

Will, John, engineer 2 Jamieson Street 
Will, Wm., bleacher, 35 Hayswell Road 
Will, Miss I., stationer, 59 Barngreen 
Will, Mrs Agnes, widow, 13 Victoria St 



Williamson. Alex., 5 St Vigeans Road 
Williamson, Alex. D., calendar manager, 

59 Kinnaird Street 
uamson, D., 2 Green Street 
Williamson, D., lapper, 5 Glover Street 
Williamson, David, marine engineer, 43 

Ernest Street 
Williamson, G. B.^ 4 Hill Terrace 
Williamson, George, 35 Leonard Street 
Williamson, Henry, moulder, 24 Ann St 
Williamson. J., 1 Glover Street 
Williamson. I., plumber 52 St Mary St 
Williamson, Jas., reliefman, 45 Ladyloan 
Williamson, Jas., rly. porter, 23 Gowan St 
Williamson, Joseph, 10 Russell Street 
Williamson, Joseph, 44 Fergus Square 
Williamson, W., 6 George Street 
Williamson, W., baker, 4 Hamilton Green 
Williamson, Wm., reporter, 3 Walker PI 
Williamson, Wm., baker, 53 Leonard St 
Williamson, Annie. 21 Lillies Wynd 
Williamson, Grace, 4 Guthrie Port 
Williamson, Mrs A,, gcr., 1 Wallace St 
Williamson, Mrs Mary, 32 Leonard Street 
Willocks, Dan, flaxdresser, 9 C. Mill Wy 
Willocks, Geo., shoemaker, 9 Sidney St 
Willocks, Mrs Mary A., 15 Millgate Ln 
Wilson, Alex., 2 Jamieson Street 
Wilson, Alfred. 18 Abbot Street 
Wilson, Andrew, 30 Leonard Street 
Wilson, C. D., 61 High Street 
Wilson, D., Labour Exchange manager, 

23 West Port 
Wilson, D. A., 29 Carnegie Street 
Wilson, David, 18 Panmure Street 
Wilson, Henry, tanner, 24 Elliot Street 
Wilson, J., retired, 20 Ogilvy Place 
Wilson, Tames, labourer, 7 Bank Street 
Wilson, James, gardener, Keptie Road 
Wilson, John, laourer, 62 Guthrie Port 
Wilson, John A., The Croft, Keptie Rd 
Wilson, Joseph, 27 Hill Street 
■Wilson, Peter M., moulder, 32 Ernest St 
Wilson, T., 22 Fergus Square 
Wilson, Thomas, 13 Palmer Street 
Wilson, William, 6 Culloden -Crescent 
Wilson, Wm., bricklayer, 19 Ladybridge St 
Wilson, Wm., 41 West Grimsby 
Wilson, Annie, weaver, 16 Panmure Street 
Wilson, Misses. Rotomahana 
Wilson, Mrs, 7 Ogilvy Place 
Wilson, Mrs, 26 Ladyloan 
Wilson, Mrs D. T, 16 Ponderlaw Street 
Wilson, Mrs M. B., clerkess, 2 Russell St 
Winning, Mrs M., 22 Glover Street 
Winton, A., 30 Fergus Street 
Winton, A. ., tea traveller, 44 High St 
Winton, Andrew, lapper, 51 Leonard St 
Winton, C, 7 Anderson Street 
Winton, James. 2 East Mill Wynd 
Winton, Margaret, 79 Lochlands Street 
Winton, Mary, 28 Ernest Street 
Winward, Mrs Mary, 31 Hannah Street 
Wiseman, James, plasterer, 1 Ann Street 
Wishart, David, mason, 47 Rossie Street 
Wishart, J., ironmldr., 50 St Vigeans Rd 
Wishart, Peter, 9£ Applegate 



190 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 




In Every Department 
of Motor Car Service 



We can advise you in a practical and 
helpful way. It Pays to come to 
Robbie's before purchasing a Gar, 
because there are no regrets afterwards. 



We are prepared to undertake all classes of Repairs, and to 
execute the work satisfactorily and with prompitude. 



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Agencies. 

Our Taxi Service is equalled by none in Town or Country. 



D. ROBBIE & CO., 

MOTOR ENGINEERS, 

Dishlandtown St. &- Brothock Bridge 



ARBROATH. 

'Phone No. 129. 



LIST OF HOUSEHOLDERS. 



191 



Wishart, Win., G., mason, 35 John Street 
Wishart, Tane Anson, 9 Park Street 
Wishart, Mrs Helen T... 7 Ponderlaw 
Wishart, Mrs Jessie, 16 Panmure Street 
Wishart, Mrs L., 24 Green Street 
Wood, A., shoemaker, 10 Jamieson St 
Wood, Colin, baker, 269 High Street 
Wood, David, weaver, 31 Guthrie Hill 
Wood, James, labourer, 20 Hill Place 
Wood, James, baker. 45 West Abbey Street 
Wood, Joseph, 16 Tamieson Street 
Wood, Wm. 25 Elliot Street 
Wood, Margaret G., 54 Helen Street 
Wood, Miss L., 50 Howard Street 
Wood, Miss Mary, 23 Ladyloan ■ 
Wood, Miss Norah' H., dressmaker, Kep- 

tie Street 
Wood, Mrs, 8 Academy Street 
Wood, Mrs Ann S., 3 West Mary Street 
Wood, Mrs Barbara, 13 Hayswell Road 
Woodside, T., insur. clerk., Elliot Place 
Wright, C, 59 St Marv Street 
Wright, J., 16 John Street 
Wright, John, joiner. 47 Green Street 
Wright, Mrs S., 18 East Mill Wynd 
Wylie, Mrs Jane, 11 Fergus Square 
Wvllie, Alex. S., mechanic, 44 Marketgate 
Wvllie, David, 259 High Street 
Wyllie, Francis, 39 Green Street 
Wvllie, J., 2 Murray Place 
Wyllie Thos., joiner, 64 Brechin Road. 
Wvllie, W. S., boilermaker, 50 Helen St 
Wyllie, Mrs, 46 Culloden Road 
Wvllie, Mrs M., 9 East Mary Street 
Wynton, Alex., lie. grocer, 3 Duke St 



Wynton, David, tailor, 38 Ernest St 
Wynton, J. D., draper, 32 Kinnaird St 
Wynton, Mrs D., residenter, 15 Ponder- 
law Street 
Wynton, Mrs Margaret, 62 Howard St 



Yarrow, Albert, mechanic, 44 Culloden Rd 
Yarrow, David P., 57 Sidney Street 
Yarrow, George, engineer, 41 Rossie St 
Yarrow, John G., 46 Leonard Street 
Yeaman, D., labourer, 10 Cross Mill Wy 
Yeaman, John, flaxdsr., 19 Millgate Loan 
Yeaman', W., 8 Cross Mill Wynd 
Yeaman, W. L., 1 Cross Mill Wynd 
Yeaman, Mary, 74 St Vigeans Road 
Young, A. C, gas mgr., 32 Ponderlaw St 
Young, Alex., joiner, 7 West Mary Street 
Young, I., j-arndresser, 16 Hannah Street 
Young, John S.. 39 Ladybridge Street 
Young, Robert, jun., fisherman, 18 Seagate 
Young, Robertson, 26 Hamilton Green 
Young, Wm., flaxdresser, 14 Millgate Ln 
Young, Elizabeth, 7 West Newgate 
Young, M. W., shoemaker, 6 St Mary St 
Young, Miss. 3 Colvill Place 
Young, Misses Ann R. & M. S., 28 Nolt 

Loan Road 
Yule, Andrew, 2 Reform Street 
Yule, Dr Arthur D., 9 Hill Street 
Yule, Mrs Barbara, 20 Victoria Street 



Zaccarini^ A„ 5 Dishland Street 
Zaccarini, A.^ 47 Ladybridge Street 



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YEAR BOwK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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MERCHANT TAILORS. 



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BUILDING CONTRACTOR, 
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Executed in 

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Designs Submitted 
and Estimates 
Given. 



Arbroath List of Trades and Professions. 



Accountants. 

Gourley, W. T. P. 82 Marketgate. 

/Erated Water Manufacturers. 

Dora, Paul 

Dye, John, Brechin Road 

Jack, James, Gravesend and 102 High St 

Moncur & Co., 10 Helen Street 

Appraisers &° Valuators {Licensed) 

'■ Middleton, W., Millgate 
Nairn, James (J. P. Grewar & Son), 

Gravesend 
Robertson & Son, 24 Millgate 
Thomson, Geo. Rutherford, Marketgate 

and High Street 
Wilson, D. T. & Sons, 93-103 High St 

Aspkalte Manufacturers. 

Briggs, Wm. & Sons, Ltd., Elliot 
Chemical Works 

Architects and Surveyors. 

Carver & Symon, Brothock House 
Gavin, Hugh, 42 Hill Street 
Peacock, J. H, West Shore 
Surveyor — Farquhar . R. C, Hill Place 

Assurance Offices — (see Insurance). 
Auctioneers, &°c. 

Geddes, William H., Harbour 
Maclean, Morton, J. A., 11 Millgate 
Scott & Graham, Manure, Oilcake, 

Seed, and Potato Merchants, Park 

Street and East Grimsby 
Stephen, R. O., 15 Keptie Street 
Thomson, Geo. R. & Son. 43 Marketgate 

and 70 High Street 
Wilson, D. T. & Sons. 99'103 High St. 

Baby Linen Warehouses. 

Bisset, Miss, 223 High Street 
Carnegie, J. C, 149 High Street 
Dundas, J. D., Keptie Street 
Equitable Co-Oper. Society, Ltd. 
High St. Co-Op. Society, 252 High Street 
Hird, Alex., 28 Keptie St. & 258 High St 
Kinnear, Miss NT., 25 Hamilton Green 
Moir, J. K., 177 High Street 
Peter, B. B., 271 High Street 
Soutar, Jas., Ltd., Sign of the Eagle 
Stewart, Miss Margaret. 33 West Pert 
West Port Association, 20 Keptie Street 
Whittcn, B. & J., 221 High Street 



Bakers. 

Balfour, Charles L., 41 Barngreen and 

45£ Guthrie Port 
Bruce, Mrs, Howard Street 
Equitable Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 

6 Guthrie Port 
Falconer, Wm., 23 Rossie Street 
Grant & Laing, Brothock Bridge 
High Street Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 

252 and 254 High Street 
Keiller & Sons, Ltd., 114 High Street 

and 10 Keptie Street 
Knight, Robert, 90-92 Keptie Street 
Pearson, J. R., 60 Helen Street 
Porteous, A. W., 162 High Street 
Salmond, George, 199 High Street 
Sanderson, D. A., 206 High Street 
Shepherd, James, 45 St Mary Street 
Soutar, Carnegie, 120 High Street 
West Port Association, Ltd., 2 and 4 

Keptie Street 
Williamson, W. B., 2 Abbey Place 

Banks. 

Hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays — 

10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays — 10 a.m. 

to 2 p.m. 
Bank of Scotland, 76 High Street. 

Agent — John H. Sim. 
British Linen Bank, Brothock Bridge. 

Agent — John Stewart. 
Clydesdale Banking Company, 62 High 

Street. Agent — W. H. Alexander 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, 313 High 

Street. Agent— G. Tillotson. 
National Bank of Scotland, Ltd., Bro- 
thock Bank. Agents— J. R. W, Clark 

and A. Oliver. 
North of Scotland & Town & County 

Bank, 87 High Street. Agent— R. 

Tulloch. 
Royal Bank of Scotland, 69 High St. 

Agent — R. S. Sweet. 
Arbroath Savings Bank, 90 High Street. 

R. D. Ramsay, Actuary. Open daily 

except Wednesday, 10 1 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; 

also on Fridays, 6 to 8 p.m. 

Billposters. 

General Billposting Co. Agent — Alex. 

Thorns, 12 Abbey Path 
Michie, James M. B., 18 Church Street 

Blacksmiths. 

Birse, Alex., 9 Lindsay Street 
Carcary & Christie, 7 West Mill Wynd 
Grindlay, W., Spink Street 
Herron, Peter & Son, 22 Ponderlaw St., 

and 16 South Grimsby. 
Knox, David, Dickfield Street 
Petrie, Alex., Gravesend. 



194 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Ku rnitLire M anufacturers, 

U p holsterers, 

Funeral Undertakers 



Telephone 106. 



J. P. Grewar &• Son 

MAKERS OF 

Hair, Wool, Fibre and Spring 
Mattresses, 

Venetian, Duchesse, Linen and 
other Blinds. 



ONLY FIRST CLASS MATERIALS AND 
WORKMANSHIP EMPLOYED 



Corner Gravesend &■ Panmure Street 

ARBROATH. 



Carpet & Linoleum Factors, 

KmrnitLire Removers and 

Storers 



ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSION. 



195 



Bleachers- 

Frascr, Douglas & Son^. Friockheim 
Kelly Bleaching Co. Wormyhills, Elliot 
Watson & Shield, Walkmills 
Webster, Win & Co., Wardmill Bleach 
field. 

Boiler Makers. 

Arbroath Foundry, Ltd , East Mary St. 
Fraser, Douglas & Sons, Ltd., Westburn 

Foundry 
Keith & Blackinan. Ltd., High Strett 
Shanks, A. & Son, Ltd., Dens Iron Wks 

Booksellers, Stationers, Newsagents 

Those marked a are newsagents only. 
Anderson, Chas. C, 39 Guthrie Port 
Black, J., 10 Brothock Bridge 
Bouick, David, 55 Keptie Street 
Bruce, A., 8 West Port 
aChristie, A., Lochland Street 
Cuthill, R., 49 Keptie Street 
Cuthill, Mrs, 50 Keptie Street 
aDilly, James, Ponderlaw 
Dorward, Mrs Wm., 6bj Lochland St. 
Drummond, Mrs T., Millgate Loan 
Ferrie-r, A, 182 High Street 
Gardiner, A., 52 Guthrie Port 
Grav, Mr?, 2 Lochland Street 
Hood, J. F. & Son, 94 High Street and 

30 Keptie Street 
^Jeffrey, Miss J., 'as Millgate Loan 
Johnson, G., 9b Millgate 
Leslie, Wm., 277 High Street 
Lownie. A., 194 High Street 
Martin, J. B., 46 Keptie Street 
Pyott, George, 256 High Street 
Ramsav, Miss B. S., 192 High Street 
Ruxton, Mrs James, 26 Millgate 
^Morrison, Mrs, 26 Millgate Loan 
Spink, Mrs, 18 Commerce Street 
Strachan,, Wm. B., 255 High Street 
Thornton, Robert. 41 Guthrie Port 
aWation, Mrs, 50 Cairnie Street 
Will, Miss, 59 Barngreen. 



Bookbinders. 

Arbroath Herald Ltd., Brothock Bridge 
Buncle, T. & Co., Market Place 
Hood, J. F. & Son, 94 High Street 
Strachan, \V. B., 255 High Street 



Boot and Shoe Makers and Dealers 

(Wholesale.) 
Fairweather, Samuel & Sons, Abbey 

Leather Works. Shops— 213 High St. 

and 20a Keptie Street 
Fraser, D. & Sons. Wellgate Works 

(Patent Canvas Shoes) 
Grant, Colin, Ltd.. 86 High Street 



(Retail.) 
Crook, James, 75 Keptie Street 
Cuthbert, David, 50 Millgate Loan 
Donaldson, W. 16 Academy Street 
Equitablj Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 

Guthrie Port. A. Hood, manager 
Gait, John, 65 St Mary Street 
Greenlees & Son, West Port 
High Street Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 

250 High Street. W. Baird, manager 
Hunter, G. R., 200 High Street 
Irons, Allan G., 31 Hamilton Green 
King, Arthur, 93 Keptie Street 
M'Laren Bros., 29 Commerce Street 
Raitt, George K., 15 Panmure Street 
Sim, J., 13 Barngreen 
Singer & Booth, 39 Commerce Street 
Stiven, And., bootmaker, 34 Cairnie St 
Welsh, James, 16 Fergus Square 
West Port Association, 6 West Port. R, 

Lew, manager, 

Brassfounders. 

Arbroath Foundry Ltd., East Mary St 
Duncan & Colvill, 32 Lillies Wynd 
Fraser, D. & Sons., Westburn Foundry 
James Keith & Blackman Co., High St. 

Foundry 
Shanks & Son, Ltd., Dens Ironworks 

Brokers {Licensed). 

Brown, Mrs Sarah, 15 Barngreen 
Buick, Albert, 14 Panmure Street 
Caird, Mrs J. G.. 49£ Millgate Loan 
Collins, Mrs Sarah, 31 West Grimsby 
Fenrton, Peter, 45 Hannah Street 
Ferguson, Mrs, 11 & 13 Applegate 
Fettes, Wm. B., 4 Fergus Street 
Geddes, Mrs W., 40 Guthrie Port 
Kelly, James, 4 West Grimsby 
Owen, Thomas, 51 West Abbey Street 
Stewart, D. L., 39, 41, 43 W. Abbey St 

Builders. 

Calder Bros., Elliot Street 
Christie & Anderson, East Mary Street 
Ramsay & Gordon, Fergus Square 
Reid, Alex., 17 Lindsay Street 
Shepherd, James, 25 Fisheracre 
Smart, Wm. B., Brechin Road 
Sutherland, A., 1 Barngreen 

Butchers. 

Armatage, Peter, 65 Keptie Street 

Boath. W. D., 39 High Street 

British & Argentine Co., 27 West Port 

Donald, Walter, Fergus Street 

Glass, Robert, 2 Brechin Road 

Harris, George, 29 Millgate 

High Street Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 

246 High Street 
Hogg, »vm., 67 Millgate Loan 
Kidd, A. E, 37 Hamilton Green. 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PATRONISED BY THE NOBILITY. 
Telephone No. 84. Telegrams-" White Hart." 

White Hart Hotel 




HIGH STREET, ARBROATH 



THIS Old-Established Hotel, unrivalled for Comfort, Excellent Cuisine, and 
Moderate Charges, in the Most Central Business Part of the Town, and 
adjacent to all the Banks and Public Buildings, has been entirely Re-Modelled and 
Re-Furnished. The Commercial and Coffee Rooms. Restaurant, and Dining- 
Rooms are Fitted and Furnished in the Best Style. 



ALEXANDER SMITH keeps nothing but a Very Superior Class of Spirits and 
Beers. The Hotel Cellars contain an Excellent Stock of Very Old and Superior 
Wines. 



THE WHITE HALL 

fs very suitable for Balls, Marriages, and Supper Parties, and is Let on Very 
Moderate Terms. 

ALEXANDER SMITH, Proprietor. 



Lamb, J„ 78 High Street 
Moore, C., 62 Keptie Street 
Myles, W., 48 Cairnie Street 
Ruxton, A.j 282 High Street 
Ruxton, G., Keptie Street 
Sandison, 24 Keptie Street 
Stewart, G., 173 High Street 
Walker, D. Y., 1 Millgate Loan 



Butter and Egg Merchants. 

Barrie, Mrs, Rossie Street 

Buttercup Dairy Co., 6, Keptie Street & 

193 High Street 
Dunlop, Mrs, 26 Keptie Street 
Maypole Dairy Co., 171 High Street 
M'Callum, Colin P., Millgate Loan 
Shepherd Dairies, 21 West Port 
Stephen, R. O., 15 Keptie St (Fish & 

Egg) 
Stout, Thos., Ltd., 23 Millgate (Fish & 

Egg) 
Wiltshire Dairy, 29 Market Place 



Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers. 

Butchart, R. T., 25 James Street 
Grewar, J. P. & Son, Corner, Gravesend 
Mackay, D. & Co., West Grimsby 
Middleton, Wm. & Sons, Millgate 
Pert, John, 16 Applegate 
Reid, Wm., Ponderlaw Lane 
Thomson, G. R. & Son, High Street 
Wilson, D. T. and Sons, 90-103 High St 

Carriers. 

Arbroath and Montrose Bus Service — 
Starting place — West Abbey Street 

Biglands Limited, carriers. Agent — A. 
Bruce, 8 West Port 

Byars & Mitchell, Dundee & Arbroath 
Transport Service — Blindloch, Cair- 
nie Road 

Cameron, J. P., carting contractors. D. 
Neish, local agent 

Forfar Grey Bus Service, per Fraser, 
130 High Street 

Globe Express Agent— D. T. Wilson, 99 
High ^Street 

Moffat, A. & W., carriers. Agent— A. 
Bruce, 8 West Port 

Rae. Robert^ 9 Bog Lane 

Wordie & Co., carriers for London, Mid- 
land & Scottish Railway. Office — 
Robert St. Agent— D. M. Baxter 

Carting Contractors. 

Culbert, John, South Grimsby 

Dunbar, D., Convent Street 

Moonligjit J., 55 West Grimsby 

Muir, Thomas, Son & Patton, Helen St 

Skea, C, 17 Hannah Street 

Smith, Hood & Co., 53 Keptie Street 



Cement Merchants. 

Brand, W. & Son, Dishland Street 
Cables, James, 32 Kyd Street 
Calder Bros., Elliot Street 
Muir, Thomas, Son & Patton, Helen St 

Chemists and Druggists. 

Sunday Hours— 12.45 to 1.45 p.m. ; and 

5.45 to 8 p.m. 
Bennett, F. W. M., 238 High Street 
Boots Cash Chemists, 154 High Street 
Cooper, George, 12 Keptie Street 
Duncan, H., 209 High Street 
Jack, James (agent for W. & A. Gilbey, 

wine and spirit merchants, London), 

102 High Street 
Robertson, John, 19 West Port 
Ruxton, James, 59 Keptie Street 
Whyte, J. S., 57 Guthrie Port 

Chimney Sweeps. 

Carrie, D., 42£ East Abbey Street 
Hood, William, Guthrie Port 
Rae, A., 24 Smithy Croft 
Rae, Alex., Fergus Square 
Soutar, J., 17 Gowan Street 

China and Glass Merchants- 

Arbroath High Street Co-Oper. Society, 

Ltd. (Furnishing Department) 
Buick, Albert, 14 Panmure Street 
Craig, China Rooms, 37 Millgate 
Jagger's Sale Rooms, Bridge Street 
Johnston's Emporium, 31 to 37 Commerce 

Street and 282 High Street 
Pert's, High Street and Applegate 
Robertson's Stores, 25 West Port and 52 

Keptie Street 
Sword, James, 19 Guthrie Port 
Wallace, R. K., Ltd., 3 & 5 James St 

Coachbuilders and Cartwrights. 

Arbroath Horsehiring Company 
Black, George, Ernest Street 
Young, D. & Sons, South Grimsby 

Coal Merchants. 

Aitken, Thos., 35 Millgate 

Hunter, W. C.„ Millgate 

Leslie,, J. | G., 5 Millgate 

Muir, Thos., Son & Patton, Ltd., Rail- 
way Station and Shore (also at Car- 
noustie Railway Station) 

Smith, Hood & Co., Keptie Street and 
Chalmers Street (also at Carnoustie, 
Inverkeilor, and Redford, Carmyllie) 

United Coal Society, Ltd., 29 Ladyloan. 

Confectioners. 

Adamson, Miss B., 13 Millgate Loan 
Allardice, Miss, 79 Keptie Street 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



H 



OWAT DUNCAN 

M.Ph.S., F.B.O.A., 

209 HIGH STREET, . . ARBROATH 



REGISTERED BY THE JOINT 
COUNCIL OF QUALIFIED OP- 
T1CIANS for Sight-Testing, the Dis- 
pensing of Hospital and Oculists' 
Prescriptions, and the Supply of Glasses 
to Insured Persons under the National 
Health Insurance Act. 




^. ylnderson & Co., 

208 HIGH STREET, ARBROATH. 




FRESH FISH IN SEASON. 
Arbroath Smokies a Specialty. 

FINNANS OUR OWN CURING. 

All Orders "Promptly Attended To. 



208 HIGH STEET, ARBROATH 



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199 



Anderson, M., Lochland Street 
Barrie, Mrs, 17 Rossie Street 
Black, Miss, 10 Brothock Bridge 
Burnett, Miss, 118 High Street 
Butchart, Mrs. West Newgate 
Cables, Miss Joan 63 Keptie Street 
Carnegie, J. C. 166 High Street 
Cargill, T., 4 High Street 
Carrie, Miss M., 218 High Street 
Christie, Miss, 34 Lochland Street 
Christison, Mrs ' D., 72 Keptie St. 
Davidson, Mrs, 94 Keptie Street 
Demarco, William, 100 Keptie Street 
Demarco, Geo. & Sons, 10 West Port. 
Dorward, M., 85 Keptie Street 
Drury, Miss, 3 Rossie Street 
Dundee and Arbroath Confections and 

Preserve Manufacturing Company, 

(Limited), James Street. W. C. 

Chalmers, manager (wholesale). 
Dunlop. Mrs, 26 Keptie Street 
Forbes, Mrs Geo., 69 Millgate Loan 
Grant, M. Y., 202 High Street 
Green, George, 212 High Street 
Harper, J. W., 2 Guthrie Port 
Jeffrey, Miss J., 26 Millgate Loan 
Keiller & Sons, Ltd., 114 High Street 

and 10 Keptie Street 
Lowden, E. M., 9 West Port 
M'Callum, Colin P.. Ladyloan 
Mann, Miss, 7 Millgate 
Mathewson, 14 Commerce Street 
Neave, Mrs, Lochland Street 
Olym-pia Store, 29 Market Place 
Oswald, Miss Jane, 78 Marketgate 
Parkconon Dairv. Panmure Street 
Pearson, J. R., 60 Helen Street 
Porteous, Alex.. 162 High Street 
Pvott's, 246a High Street 
Ramsay, Miss, 188 High Street 
Remati & Carini, 14 Keptie Street 
Ritchie, Miss, 47 Helen Street 
Robb, Misses, 245 High Street 
Salmond, G.. 199 High Street (wholesale 

and retail) 
Scott, Mrs M., 286 High Street 
Scrimgeour, Mrs 13 Dishland Street 
Smith, Andrew, 21 St Vigeans Road 
Sutherland, J- 12 Applegate 
Watson, Mrs, 50 Cairnie Street 
Williams. H., 196 High Street 
Winton, James, 59 Guthrie Port and 31 

West Port (wholesale and retail) 

Corn Merchants. 

Cowper, H. S., North Grimsby 
Grant, J . C. & Son, Ltd., 19 Ladyloan 
Scott & Graham, Ltd., Park Street 
Smith, J. & J., East Grimsby 

Cycle Agents. 

Addison, Alex., 281 High Street 
Alexander, Joseph. 26 Brorthcck Bridge 
Clark, Thos., 274 High Street 
Cobb, A., West Links Toll-House 
Cuthbert & Co., Commerce Street 
Fairweather, J., Helen Street 
Doyle, Lochland Street Garage 



Mitchell, R., Hamilton Green. 
Smith, J. S. & Son, 124 High Street 
Thomson, James A., 132 High Street 
Watson, lames, Rossie Street 

Dairies and Dairymen. 

Anderson, Miss, 87 Lochland Street 

Burnett, Wm., Murray Place, Arbroath 

Carrie, J., Elliot 

Cooper, D., Gowanbank, Colliston 

Copland, James, Crudie 

David, Alex., Easthills. Carmyllie 

Edwards, Wm., Loanhead, Colliston 

Fell. \\ illiam, Mains of Carmyllie 

Findlay, George, Denside 

Gibb, David, C'onon, Carmyllie 

Gibb, D. T., jun., Montquhir 

Gray, Donaldson, Gallowden 

Kerr, James, Blairbank 

Laing, J., Annfield and E. Muirlands 

Lamb, J., Muirhead 

Law, Robert, West Seaton 

Leitch, W. F. Braxtoll 

MacEwan, W., Mains of Seaton 

M'Callum, Colin P., Millgate Loan and 
Ladyloan 

M'Ewan, E., Boghead 

M'Leod, C, Birkhill 

Milne, A., Applegate 

Moir, W., Rosebrae 

Parkconon Dairy, Panmure Street 

Patterson, Geo., Mains of Letham 

Paterson, Charles, Emislaw 

Roberts, Joseph, Newbigging 

Sherrit, Alex., Springfield 

Sherrit, Alex., jun., Culloden 

Smeaton, James, West Kirkton 

Smeaton, James, Fraserfield 

Smeaton, Thomas, Milton Haugh, Car- 
myllie. 

Soutar, Charles, Bank. Arbirlot 

Soutar, David, Westhills, Carmyllie 

Soutar, E., Bovsackhill 

Thomson, W. C . Hillhead. Carmyllie 

Walker, J., Bankfoot, St Vigeans 

Whyte, James, Bearfauld 

Wilson, Win., Conon. Colliston 

Dmce Teachers. 

Chapman, Jas., 27 Fergus Square 

Clulow, Miss, High School 

Hall, Miss C, Central Dining Rooms 

Jackson, D. W., 272 High Street 

Jackson, W. W., George Street 

Lowe, G. B., 17 Colvill Place 

Reid. Miss A., Towerbank House, James 

Street 
Scott & Cuthill 1 Hayswell Road 

Dentists 

Alexander, J., 169 High Street 
Barron, J. P.. L.D.S.. 4 Brothock Bridge 
Hunter, H. Stirrat, L.D.S., Prudential 
Buildings, High Street 
'M'Pherson, W. H., 86 High Street 
Sime, G., Mrs Rodger's, 88 Keptie St. 
Small, D. M. (qualified surgeon), Dish- 
land House 



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200 



YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Telephone No. 42. 



CALDER BROTHERS, 

Builders and Monumental Masons, 



22 ELLIOT STREET, 



ARBROATH. 



Monuments & Headstones in Granite, Marble, & Freestone. 

Designs and Prices sent on application. 

Inscriptions Cut in any Cemetery. 

Makers of Concrete Blocks and Slabs. 
All Kinds of Concrete Work Executed by Experts in Con- 
crete Construction. 



Jobbing of Every Description Promptly Attended to. 




If you have ELECTRICAL 
WORK to he done 

Ask us for Quotations before coming to 
a decision. We do only First-Class 
Work, and our Prices compare favour- 
ably with others — moreover, personal 
attention is given to every job. Elec- 
tricity stands for — 

CLEANLINESS, 
CONVENIENCE, & 
ECONOMY. 

Allow us to make your Installation. 

WE SPECIALISE in RADIO WORK, 
and will be pleased to give Practical 
Demonstrations by arrangement. 

J. D. CAMPBELL 

Electrical Engineer, 
15 ALLAN STREET, ARBROATH. 



ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



201 



TDra-p 



ers. 

Buist & Co. (Linens 38 Guthrie Port 
Byars, David, 151 High Street. 
Christie, E. & E., 15 West Port 
Dundas, J. D., 13 Keptie Street 
Equit. Co-Operative Society, Limited, 

Guthrie Port 
Ewing. T., 203 High Street 
Gibson, C. & E. S., 71 Keptie Street 
High Street Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 

252 High Street 
Hird, Alex., 28 Keptie Street, and 252 

High Street 
Hutchison, David, 1 West Port 
Kinnear, Miss N., Hamilton Green 
Matthew & Son, 226 High Street 
Milligan, Robert, 7 Keptie Street 
M'Mullen, Mrs, 167 High Street 
Moir, J. K., 177 High Street 
Paton, T. C, 63 Helen Street 
Soutar, James, Ltd., 104-108 High St. 
Thornton, David & Son, 261 High St. 
Watson, J. D., Brothock Bridge 
West Port Association, Ltd., 24 West 

Port 
Whitton, B. & J., 221 High Street 

Dressmakers. 

Anderson, Miss, Herald Buildings 
Byars, D., 151 High Street 
Cobb, Miss V. G.. 3 West Grimsby 
Donaldson. Miss, Bridge Street 
Ellis, Miss, 146 High Street. 
Forsyth, Miss, 47 Rossie Street 
Gibson, C. & E. S., 71 Keptie Street 
Grant, I. & B., 45 Cairnie Street 
Grant, Mrs Elsie. 47 Hill Street 
Liddle, Miss, Academy Street 
Matthew & Son, 226 High Street 
Ogilvy, Miss, 253 High Street 
Peter, Miss B. B., 271 High Street 
Petrie, Miss, 28 Ann Street 
Ramsay, Miss, 146 High Street. 
Rennie, Miss M. F., 46 Rossie Street 
Spark, Miss, 6 Rossie Street 
Taylor, Mrs, Ann Street 
Thornton, D. & Sons, 261 High Street 
Wood, Miss N. H., Keptie Street 

Dvers and Agents. 

Arbroath French Cleaning and Dye 

Works. Galloden. Keptie Road 
Bowie, W. & J., Glasgow— Agent, Miss 

Bisset, 223 High Street; Miss N. H. 

Wood, Keptie Street ; Hector Ur- 

quhart, Guthrie Port 
Maclure, E. & J., 68 Helen Street 
Pullar, J. & Sons, Perth. Agents — Miss 

M. Stewart, 33 West Port; James 

Soutar, Ltd., High Street 
Stevenson Bros., Brothock Bridge. 

Electricians. 

Atkinson, F., Millgate 

Brown, George, 65 Elliot Place 

Campbell, J. D., 15 Allan Street 



Crook & Webster, 35 Guthrie Port 
Findlav, A., Dishland Street 
Grant, T. R.. 22 Brothock Bridge 
Herron & Colville, 56 Keptie Street 
Rayne, David, 13 W. Abbey Street 
Munro, M. D., 32 Dishland Street 

Emigration Agents. 

Thomson, Geo. Rutherford & Son, Mar- 

ketgate and 70 High Street 
Wilson, D. T., 99 and 101 High Street 

Engineers and Ironfounders. 

Arbroath Foundrv Ltd., East Mary St 
Fairweather, D., Helen Street 
Fraser, D. & Son, Westburn Foundry 
Keith, J. & Blackman, Co. (gas hydrau- 
lic, steam, and hot water), High St. 
Foundry 
Law, James & Son, East Grimsby 
Shanks, Alex. & Son, Ltd., Dens Iron 
Works 

Fancy Goods M er chants . 

Black, J., )0 Brothock Bridge 
Carnegie, J. C, 159 High Street 
Ferrier, A., 182 High Street 
Gray, Mrs, 2 Lochland Street 
Johnston's Emporium, 31 Commerce St. 

and High Street 
Johnson, George, Millgate 
Lefevre, H. V., 228 High Street 
Macdonald. D. R., West Port & Com- 
merce Street 
Moffat; Joseph, 32 Keptie Street. 
Pyott. G., 256 High Street 
Ramsay, Miss B. S., 192 High Street 
Robertson's Stores, 25 West Port and 52 
Keptie Street 

Fishmongers and Fish Curers. 

Anderson, R. J. & Co., 208 High Street 

Beattie, D., 6 Brothock Bridge 

Cargill, J., 63 Guthrie Port & Lordburn 

Cargill, Robert, 58 Keptie Street 

Gracie, Robert, 6 Brothock Bridge 

Hunter, W. & Son (Aberdeen), 1 High St 

Johnston & Son, Seagate 

Moir, W., 5 and 7 Applegate 

Stephen, R. O., 15 Keptie Street and 

Danger Point 
Stout, Thomas, Ltd., 23 Millgate 
Swan, J., Barngreen 
Swankie & Smith, Shore 
Watt, D. ; 170 High Street 

Fish Merchants and Salesmen. 

Beattie, 8 West Newgate. 
Geddes, William, 5 E. Abbey Street 
Stephen, R., Danger Point. 

Flax Merchants. 

Greig, John F. & Son, 50 E. Abbey St. 

Kelly. James, Shore 

Robb Brothers, Dishland Street 

Sandeman, 27 Marketgate. 

Wallace, A. & Son, 21 Lindsay Street 



202 YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Telephone, No. 66 



HOBEHT BROWfl 

Grocer, Tea, Wine 
& Spirit Merchant 

Italian Warehouseman 

3 Keptie St, & 2 Bridge St 
ARBROATH 



Qoods Delivered in Town and District by Motor. 



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203 



Fruiterers, Florists, and Green 
grocers. 

Adamson, Miss B., 13 Millgate Loan 
Allardice, Miss, 77 Keptie Street 
Anderson, M., Lochland Street 
Barrie, Mrs, Rossie Street 
Burnett, Miss, 122 High Street 
Christie, Miss, Lochland Street 
Clark. Joe, 63 Guthrie Port 
Dick, J. M., 249 High Street 
Dorward, M., 85 Keptie Street 
Fyfe, W. & H., 15 Millgate 
Graham, John. 60 iveptie Street 
Grant, Miss, Market Place 
Laird, 185 High Street 
M'Callum, Colin P., Millgate Loan 
Menzies, A., 232 High Street 
Neave, Mrs, 36 Lochland Street 
Pyott, George, 256a High Street 
Ross, Mrs, 3 Guthrie Port and 244 High 

Street 
Smith, Andrew, 21 St Vigeans Road 
Smith, James, 37 West Port 
Smith, M., 7 Barngreen 
Sutherland, J., 12 Applegate 

Funeral Undertakers. 

Farquhar, R. C, 4 Hill Place 
Grewar, J. P. & Son, Panmure Street 
Kydd, James & Sons, South Grimsby. 
Mackav, D. & Co., 39£ W. Grimsby 
Middleton, W. & Sons, Millgate House 
Robertson & Son, 24 Millgate 
Sievwright, J. & R. W., 31 Lordburn 
Wilson, D. T., & Sons, 99-103 High St. 

Ga?rie Dealers — (See Poulterers). 
Gardeners (Muriel Sf Jobbing). 

Beattie, David, Hospitalfield 
Graham, John Keptie Street 
Laingj Alexander, Annfield 
Leadingham, D., Bishoploch 
Mills, Alexander, 16 Kyd Street 
Patterson, George, Dishland Hill 
Sutherland. T., 12 Applegate 
Wilson, J., Lochside Gardens. 

Gas fitters — (See Plumbers). 
Glaziers and Glass Merchants. 

Grant, W. L. & Son, 267 High Street 
Mathewson, E. W., Brothock Bridge 
Millar, George, 15 Keptie Street 
Savege T. & Co., High Street 
Savege, T. & D., 257 High Street 
Scott, David J., Brothock Bridge 
Scott, E., 6 Millgate Loan 

Grocers (unlicensed) and Provision 
Dealers. 

Allardice, L., 77 Keptie Street 
Bruce, Mrs A., 37 Ladyloan 
Butchart, Mrs, West Newgate 
Buttercup Dairy Co., 5 Keptie Street 

and 193 High Street 
Christison, Mrs, 74 Keptie Street 
Cooper & Co., 207 High Street 
Dick, J. M., 249 High Street 
Dorward, A., 87 Keptie Street 



Equitable Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 
Outnrie Port, 60 Keptie Street, 4J 
Fergus St., and 1 Brothock Bridge 
Doig, Arthur, 15 Union Street 
Forbes, 29 Panmure Street 
Forbes, Mrs, 69 Millgate Loan 
Jarron, J. B., Kirk Square 
High Street Co-Operative Society, Ltd., 
252 and 57 High Street, 61 St Mary 
Street, and 39j Millgate Loan 
Lipton, Ltd., 16 Keptie Street 
Low, Wm. & Co., 17 Keptie Street 
Maypole Dairy Co., 171 High Street 
Pearson, James, 60 Helen Street 
Rennie, W. J., 18 Brothock Bridge 
Shepherds Dairies, 21 West Port 
Shepherd, Mrs, 25 Ernest Street 
West Port Association, Ltd., 58 High 
Street, 4 Keptie St., 54 and 56 Loch- 
land St., 59 E. Abbey St., 38 Barn- 
green, and 46 Cairnie Street 
Porter, Charles, Corner of Cairnie St. 
and Russell Street 

Grocers (licensed) and Provision 
Dealers. 

Alexander, David, 10 Fergus Street 
Brown, Mrs J. H., 3i Brothock Bridge 
Brown, Robert, 1 Keptie Street 
Dick, James Brown, 38 Hamilton Green 
Doig, James, 71 and 73 Guthrie Port 

(wholesale and retail) 
Dorward, Geo. & Co., Bank St. (whole- 
sale) 
Ferrier, Mrs, 44 Keptie Street 
Forbes, A., 29 Panmure Street 
Gray, J., 3 Princes Street 
Hall, E. W. K., 47 Keptie Street 
Jack, John, 288 High Street 
Kerr. David, 7 Fergus Square 
Law, Alex., 29 Lillies Wvnd 
Low, George W., 242 High Street 
Mack, Andrew, 1 Culloden Road 
Mill, Stewart, 1 Ernest Street 
Mitchell, Chas., 66 Keptie Street 
Porter, Charles, 52 Cairnie Street 
Pyott, Geo., 44 Green Street 
Pyott, George W., 54 Guthrie Port 
Ramsay, W. J., 82 Cairnie Street 
Rennie, Mrs Wm., 5 Guthrie Port 
Robbie, Miss M., 89 Keptie Street 
Ross C. W. A., 12 Millgate Loan 
Scott, Andrew, 195 Hi eh Street 
Smith, William, 3 Duke Street 
Steven, Jemima, 20 Ann Street 
Strachan, Wallace & Whyte, 290 High 

Street (wholesale) 
Thorneycroft, W. H., 127 High Street 
Whitton, Chas. P., 26 High Street 
Williamson, Joseph, 44 Fergus Square 

Hairdressers. 

Alexander, R., 11 Millgate 
Baird, George, Commerce Street 
Baird, J., 34 Cairnie Street 
Baird, R.. 5 W. Grimsby 
Blair, 1 Hamilton Green 



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to organise 
Whist Drives? 




Because if you do, you should i 
certainly see the value we are at 
present offering in serviceable 

WHIST CARDS 

Our prices are the Keenest in the 
trade, and we give very prompt 
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Cant, Harry, 273 High Street 
Cargill, — ., Barngreen 
Crowe, Geo., 16 Brothock Bridge 
Crowe, \V., 18 West Port 
Gibb, J. P., 284 High Street 
M'Gregor, Harry, Spink Street 
Mudie, Alex., Allan Street 
Patullo, W; A., 212 High Street 
Ritchie. J. A., 82 Keptie Street 
Robb, D. Ladybridge Street 
Wilson, Alfred, 243 High Street 

Hatters and Hosiers. 

Adamson, A. K., 9 Keptie Street 
Macdonald, D. R., 2 West Port, and 23 

Commerce Street 
Myles, C. Y. & Sons, 112 High Street 
Ogilvy. D., 152 High Street 
Peter, James, 20 Commerce Street 
Ramsay, D. & Co., 93 High Street 
Rust, H. L. C, 20 Keptie Street 
Soutar, James, Ltd., 104 High Street 

Horschirers. 



Arbroath Horsehiring Co. 


Ltd., Dish- 


land Street 




White Hart Hiring and 


Garage Co., 


Kirk Square 





Hotels. 

Imperial — S. Banks, 21 Keptie Street 
Royal— J. Calder, High Street 
Waverley Temperance — Misses Mollison, 

Catherine Street 
White Hart— Alex. Smith, 163 High St. 

House Decorators — (See Painters) 
Ice Cream Makers. 

Brattesani, James, Lochland Street 
Canale, Guiseppe, 230 High Street 
Demarco, Wm., 100 Keptie Street 
Demarco, Geo. & Sons, 10 West Port 
Demarco, Luigi, Seaforth 
Dora & Co., Applegate, 45 & 8=1 High 

Street 
Rcmati £ Carini, 14 Keptie Street 
Zaccarini, 42 Guthrie Port 

Inns and Taverns — (See Public- 
houses. 

Insurance and Assurance Offices. 

Britannic Assvirance Co., Ltd., 6 Apple- 
gate. Superintendent — James Scott. 

Pearl Assurance Co., 93 High Street. 
Superintendent — Robt. Kinnear 

Plate Glass Mutual Insurance Associa- 
tion. Secretary, W. H. Alexander, 
High Street 

Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd., High 
St. Mr Purdie, Superintendent. 

Royal Liver Assurance Society. James 
Littlejohn, 29 Guthrie Port 

Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society, 
10£ Millgate. Superintendent — A. 
Paterson. 



Iron and Steel Merchant*. 

Buick, Albert, 14 Panmure Street 
Cuthbert & Co., 8-12 Commerce Street 
Kelly, J., Shore. 

M'Farlane & Co., West Grimsby 
Rathjen, S. W., 232 High Street 

Ironmongers. 

Cuthbert & Co., 8-12 Commerce Street 
Johnston's Emporium, 31-37 Commerce St 

and High Street 
Rathjen, S. W., 214 High Street 
Robertson s Stores, 25 West Port, 152 

Keptie Street. 
Smith, J. S. & Sons, 124 High Street 
Thomson, James A., 132 High Street 

Jewellers — (See Watchmakers). 
Joiners and Wrights. 

Anderson, J. R., St Mary Street 
Black, George, Ernest Street 
Brand & Cargill, West Newgate 
Chisholm, J. B., 80 Keptie Street 
Farquhar, R. C., 4 Hill Place 
Kydd, James & Sons, 6 E. Mary Street 
Mackay & Co., 39 W. Grimsby 
Robertson, J. & Son, 24 Millgate 
Sievwright, J. & R. W., 31 Lordburu 
Smith, Peter, Convent Streer; 
Thornton, James, 8 Lochland Street 
Young & Sons (and Cartwrights), S. 
Grimsby 

Laths flitter 

Ros.~. James, 4 Hill Road 

Laundries. 

Arbroath Steam Laundry — D. L. Mansoa, 

Keptie Road. 
Gauldie, Miss, 36 Millgate Loan 
Matthewson, Miss, 15 Hannah Street 
Reid, Miss, West Keptie Street 
Shanks, Mrs, 1 W. Keptie Street 
Stevenson Bros., Brothock Bridge 

Leather Merchants, Tanners, and 

Curriers. 

Fairweather, Samuel & Sons, Abbey 

Works and Millgate Loan 
Swirles, A. & Son, Ponderlaw Street 

Manufacturers. 

Flax S-pinners. 
Those marked (/) are also Jute Spinners 
/Anderson & Chalmers, St Rollox Works 

and Brothock Mill 
Corsar Brothers, Applegate Works 
Corsar, D. & Sons, Ltd., Nursery MiUs 
Fraser, D. & Sons, Wellgate Works 
/Lowson, Andrew, Ltd., Greens. BaUi-c, 

Inch, Lindsay Street, and John St. 

Works 



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ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



Nicol, Alex. & Co., Chalmers St. Works 
/Netherward Spinning and Weaving Co., 

Netherward Works 
Webster Bros. & Co., Stanley Works 
Webster, Francis & Sons, Alma Works 

and Burnside Works 

Rofe and Twine. 
Gauldie & Sons, West End Rope Works 
Webster Bros. & Co., Stanley Works 

Sailcloth. 
Anderson & Chalmers, St Rollox Works 

and Brothock Mill 
Corsar Bros., Applegate Works 
Corsar, D. & Sons, Ltd., Spring Garden 

Works 
Fraser, Douglas & Sons, Wellgate Works 
Lowe, David & Co., Dens Works 
Lowson, And., Ltd., Baltic Works and 

Green's Mill 
Netherward Spinning and Weaving Co. 
Nicol, A. & Co., Chalmers St. Works 
Thomson, M. C. & Co., Wardmill Fac- 
tory and Lady loan 
Webster, Francis & Sons, Alma Works 

and Burnside Works 
Wilson & Cunningham, Victoria Works 

Manure and Oil Cake Merchants. 

Cunningham, J. & J., Ltd., West 

Grimsby 
Cuthbert & Co., 8-12 Commerce Street 
Muir, Son, & Patton, Ltd., Helen St 
Scott & Graham, Park St (The Mart) 
Vernon, F. M., Keptie Street 

Medical Practitioners. 

General Surgery Hours — 9 to 10 a.m., 6 
to 8 p.m. Saturdays, for Country 
People, 2 p.m. 

Davidson, Dr, Hill Street 

Farrar, P. Bellwood, Willoughby House, 
Helen Street 

Gilruth, James, M.B., CM., Hyde Park, 
Bank Street 

Keith, J. M.. M.B., CM., 213a High St. 

Kelly, R., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 61 Kep- 
tie Street 

Laing, David, M.D., 13 Maule Street 

Muirhead, Dr A., MB., CM., Dishland 
Street 

Thomson, Dr Douglas, 5 Queen Street 

Thomson. Dr J. E. G., Gowanbank, 
Gowan Street 

Yule, Arthur D.. M.B., CM., B.Sc, 
(P.H.), Hill Street 

Milliners. 

Byars, D. 151 High Street 
Dundas, J. D., 13 Keptie Street 
Equitable Co-Operative Society, 36 

Guthrie Port 
Ewing. Thos., 203 High Street 
Christie, Misves, lo West Port 
High St. Co-Op. Society, 252 High St. 
Hutchison, David, 1 West Port 
Miliigan, R., 7 Keptie Street 
Mitchell, Miss, Brothock Bridge 
M'Mullen, Mrs, 167 High Street 
Mackenzie T. & B - 27 Market Place 
Moir, J. K., 177 High Street 



Peter, Miss B.. 271 High Street 
Steele, Miss, 11 West Port 
Soutar, James, Ltd., 108 High Street 
Thornton, D. & Son, 281 High Street 
Whvte, .Miss I. E., Kirk Square 
West Port Assciation. 24 West Port 

Monu m c nt al Masons . 

Calder Bros. Office— Elliot Street. 
Easton. Frank, Cemetery gate 
Reid, A., Lindsay Street 
Smart, W. B., Brechin Road 
Sutherland, A., Barngreen 

Motor Engineers. 

Arbroath Horsehiring Co., Dishland St. 
Burnett's Garage, Garden Street 
Carcarv & Christie. 7 West Mill Wynd 
Cromarty, W., Bank Street 
Doyle, P., Lochland Street 
Law. James & Son, East Grimsby 
M'Farlane, Abbev Garage, Grant Road 
Robbie, D. & Co., Dishland Street 

Mot rfflrprx 
Arbroath Horsehiring Co., Dishland St 
Law, James & Son, Brothock Bridge 
McFarlane, R. A., Grant Road 
Robbie. D. & Co.. Dishland Street 
White Hart Hiring Co., Kirk Square 

Motor Transport Carriers. 
Byars & Mitchell, Blindloch 
Rea, R., Bog Lane 
Arbroath-Forfar Grev Bus Service. 
Arbroath-Montrose Bus Service. 
Scottish Motor Traction Co. (Dundee 
& Arbroath) 

JWn*nr Spirit a*> J ;1 ^ f "- chants . 
Addison, Alex., 281 High Street 
Alexander, J., Brrj'hock Bridge 
Clark. Thomas, 274 High Street 
Cuthbert & Co., 8-12 Commerce Street 
Dovle, P., Lochland Street 
Fairweather. D., Helen Street 
Johnston's Emporium, Commerce Street 
Law, James & Son. Brothock Bridge 
Mitchell, Robert, 42 Barngreen 
Rathjen, Sam., 214 High Street 
Robbie. D. & Co.. Dishland Street 
Smith J. S. & Sons, 124 High Street 
Thomson, James A. 132 High Street 
Watson, J. J. Rossie Street 

Music and Musical Instrument 
Dealers. 

Herron & Son, Commerce Street 
Paterson, Sons, & Co., High Street 
Thomson, G. R. & Son, Marketgate (in- 
struments) 
Wilson, D. T., 99 & 103 High Street 
(instruments) 

Music Teachers. 

Altai-dice, R., 76 Keptie Street 
Bell, Ernest, 39 Tamieson Street 
Bell, Wm., 167 High Street 
Bhse, Miss Annie, 48 High Street 
Corstorphine. Miss. L.R.A.M., 18 Victo- 
ria Street 
Curr, A. Bell, A.R.C.O., 193 High St 



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207 



Dowell, Miss, 9 Colvill Place 
Jackson, Wm. \\ '., George Street 
Kininmonth, Miss, 1 Kinnaird Street 
Leslie, Miss, Loftus, Nolt Loan Road 
Meekison, Miss Alice, Walker Place 
Mill, Miss H. B., Hill House 
Parsons, Mr & Mrs T. W.. 54 Addison PI 
Pctrie, Miss Peggy. Keptie Street 
Ronald, Miss Jean C, Kinloch Terrace 
Scott. Sidney. St Vigeans Road 
Smart, C. Ramsay, 91 Keptie Street 
Stone, Harold V., Lochland Street 
Walker, Miss Ada, Princes Street 
Wallace, Arthur A.. 15£ West Port 

Nurses (Certificated). 

Campbell, Mrs, 21 Lordburn 

Duncan, Mr.- 33A Millgate 

Hosea, Miss, Dalhousie Place 

Ogilvie, Miss, 253 High Street 

Queen's Jubilee Nurse — Miss Haxby, 

60 Nolt Loan 
Sturrcck, Mrs. 22 Green Street 

Painters and House Decorators. 

Duthie, I., Exchange Place 
Grant, W. L. & Son, 267 High Street 
Henderson & Muir, Guthrie Port 
Mather, J. & C, BHdr- Street 
Mathewson. E. W„ Brothock Bridge 
Meekison, R.. 31 Market Place 
Savege, T. & D., 257 High Street 
Savege & Co., 219 High Street 
Scott, E., 6 Millgate Loan 
Syinmors, Applegate 

Pawnbrokers. 

Wallace, R. K., Ltd., 3 & 5 James Street 
Watson, Mrs Kate, Bridge Street 

Photographers 

Anckorn, W. J. &"Mrs, 29 West Port 

Gibson, A., 136 High Street 

Milne, James, St Ruth's, Hamilton Gn. 

Photographic Supply Depots. 
Bennett, F. W. M., High Street 
Duncan, Howat. 209 High Street 
Gibson, A., 136 High Street 
Jack, James, 102 High Street 
Millar, George, Keptie Street 
Ruxton, James, Keptie Street 

Picture Frame Makers. 

Anderson, C. C, 39 Guthrie Port 

Gibson, A. R., 136 High Street 

Milne, A. C, St Ruth's, Hamilton Gn. 

Plasterers and Cement Workers. 

Donald, Arch., sen., & Son, E. Mary St. 

and Carnoustie 
Jamieson & Son. Gravesend 
Morrison, W. ( Green Street 

Plumbers and Gas fitters. 

Crook & Webster, 7 Guthrie Port 
Grant, T. R., 22 Brothock Bridge 
Herron & Colville, 56 Keptie Street 
Walker. Gravesend 
Rayne, John, West Abbey Street 

Poulterers and Game Dealers. 

Harris, G., 23 Millgate 



Hogg, Wm., 67 Millgate LoaA 
Lamb, J., 78 High Street 
Moore, Chas., Keptie Street 
Stewart, George, 173 High Street 
Thomson, Wm., 148 High Street 

Porters (Street). 

Blyth, Alex., 46 Glover Street 
Braid, John, 9 Millgate Loan 
Crofts, Wm., 294 High Street 
Glen, James, 46 Barngreen 
Innes, Alex., 7 Bridge Street 
Jack. John, 56 Helen Street 
M'Quade, John, 18 Bakers Wynd 
O'Brien, Christopher, 3 S. Grimsby 
Skea, James, 12 Bridge Street 
Weston, Geo., 10 West Mary Street 
Young, James. 7 Bridge Street 

Piano Tuners. 

Crerar, D., Kirk Square 

Herron, J. H. & Son, Commerce Street 

Paterson, Sons & Co., 129 High Street 

Potato Merchants. 

Bennett, A. D., Little Cairnie 
Buick, John, 50 High Street 
Dorward, A., 87 Keptie Street 
Laing, J., Annfield 
Maxwell, G. & D., 14 E. Grimsby 
Patterson, Dishland Hill 
Scott & Graham (The Mart) 
Smith. A. K., 21 St Vigeans Road 

Printers. 

Arbroath Herald Ltd., Brothpck Bridge 
Buncle, Thomas & Co., Market Place 
Hood, J. F. & Son, 94 High Street 
Johnson, G., Millgate 
Lownie, Alex.. High Street 

Public-houses, Inns and Taverns. 

Adam, James, Crown Inn 

Anderson, Chas. A., The Stag, 5 & 7 

West Port 
Banks, S., Imperial Hotel 
Barnett, D. D., 3 Millgate Loan 
Bruce, Wm., Central Bar, Brothock 

Bank 
Calder, Mrs, Royal Hotel 
Crowe, Wm., Station Hotel. 
Dinnie, D., Bell Rock Tavern, 46 West 

Grimsby 
Dorward, Geo., West Port 
Easson, Alfred B., Burns Bar, Lordburn 
Fitzpatrick, J., Ship Inn, 19 Marketgate 
Gould, Wm. Wright Spink, Newgate 

Inn, 2 W. Newgate 
Hastings, Mrs Christina. Foundry Inn 
Jeffray, Alex.. Shakespeare Bar, 187 

High Street 
Hovells, William, Corn Exchange 
Hutchison, S., jun., Roval Oak, Guthrie 

Port 
Jack, Mrs, 7 Catherine Street 
Jarron, J. B., The Vaults, Kirk Square 
Keith, James, The Vine. 22 Keptie St 
Lyall, David C, National Bai, 266 High 

Street 



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ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



M'lntosh, Alex., Oriental Bar 
M'Lean, W., Lochland Bar 
Marshall, Geo. F., Tuttie's Neuk 
Murray, A. W., Lome Bar, 17 Com- 
merce Street 
Ovenstone, Philip, The Thistle, 158 

High Street 
Peddie, Wm. B., Red Lion Bar, 2 and 4 

Barngreen 
Ramsay, Thomas R., 15 Ladyloan 
Ross, Robert, 16 Robert Street 
Ross, Wm., St Thomas, Tower Nook 
Sinclair, Andrew A. 1 Ogilvy Place 
Smith, Alex., White Hart 
Stewart, John Wm., Plough & Harrow, 

Fisheracre 
Stuart, A. M'K.. 13 Old Shore Head 
Strachan, Allan R., 2 Howard Street 
Watson, D. L. M., Panmure Arms, 12 

Panmure Street 
Whvte. J. D., Alma Inn, 37 Panmure St 
Williamson, G. B. (Porter and Ale), 

29 West Newgate 
Wishart, Mrs H. D., Abbey Inn, 5 Pon- 
derlaw Street 

Refreshment Rooms. 

Carnegie, Mrs, 19 Hamilton Green 
Central Dining Rooms, 19 Millgate — 

D. Buchanan 
King's Cafe, 10 West Port 
Keiller, Jas. & Sons, Ltd., 114 High St. 
Porteous, Alex., 162 High Street 
Soutar, jas., Ltd., 108 High Street 
Victoria Cafe, Millgate— D. Buchanan 

Saddlers and Harness Makers. 

Mathers. David & Sons, 80 High Street 
Watt, Thos., 155 High Street 

Sailmakcrs. ■ 

Keith, George, North Grimsby 

Sawmillers and Wood Merchants. 

Arbroath United Coal Society^ Ltd., 29 

Ladyloan 
Black. George, Ernest Street 
Farquha:, R. C, 4 Hill Place 
Kydd, James & Sons, South Grimsby 
Robertson, Jas. & Son, 24 Millgate 
Sievwright, J. & R. W., Lordburn 
Muir, Thos., Son, & Patton, Helen St 

Seedsmen. 

Cuthbert & Co., 8-12 Commerce Street 
Fyfe, W. & H., 15 Millgate 
Graham, John, Keptie Angle 
Laird 135 High Street 
Menzies, A., 234 High Street 
Rathjen, S., 214 High Street 
Scott & Graham, Mart, Park Street 
Smith & Sons, 124 High Street 
Smith, James, 37 West Port 
Suth rlanrl. J., 12 Applcgatc 
Thomson. James A., 134 High Street 
Vernon, F. M., 82 Keptie Street 
Wilson, J., Keptie Gardens 



Servants' Registry Offices. 

Bisset, Miss, 140 High Street 
Stewart, Miss Margaret, 33 West Port 

Ship Broke? 

Capt. M'Glashan, Harbourmaster, Shore 
Dues Office 

Solicitors. 

Those marked n are also Notary Public. 

^Alexander, W. H., 62 High Street 

Anderson, A. C. (M'Bain & Anderson) 
15 Hill Street 

Chapel, Wm. (D. & W. Chapel), Market- 
place 

«Clark, J. R. W. (Clark Oliver, Dewar 
& Webster), Brothock Bank 

Dewar, J. C. (Clark, Oliver, Dewar & 
Webster), Brothock Bank 

Dickson. M. R. (J. & W. Macdonald), 7 
Hill Street 

Drever, T. P. (M'Bain & Anderson), 15 
Hill Street 

Gourley, W. T. P. 82 Marketgate 

Halliday, J. B. Clark, Oliver, Dewar, & 
Webster), Brothock Bank House 

Hutcheon, A. (J. & W. Macdonald), 7 
Hill Street 

«Littlejohn, David (Webster & Little- 
john), 33 Commerce Street 

^Macdonald, F. F. (J. & W. Macdon- 
ald), Hill Street 

Mackay, Norman Scott, 81 High Street 

^Mackintosh, James (W. & J. Mackin- 
tosh, 1 Hill Street 

Neill, H. V. (Neill & Gibb), 93 High St. 

Oliver, A., S.S.C. (Clark, Oliver, Dewar 
& Webster), Brothock Bank 

Ritchie. E. T-, Hill Street 

^Robertson, Wm., 100 High Street 

Smith, R. S., 22 Commerce Street 

Webster, John (Clark, Oliver, Dewar & 
Webster), Brothock Bank 

Slaters. 

Brand, Wm. & Son, 30 Dishland Street 
Cuthill, J., Hamilton Green 
Jamieson, D. & Son, Gravesend 
Mitchell, J. & Son, 20 Panmure Street 

Tailors and Outfitters. 

Adamson, A. K., 9 Keptie Street 
Anderson & Hewit, 128 High Street 
Booth. W., Millgate 
Chalmers, W., 16 St Mary Street 
Equitable Co-Operative Society, Guthrie 

Port 
Gray, John, 43 East Abbey Street 
Hepwor th's, Ltd., Keptie Street 
High St. Co-Op. Society, 254 High St. 
Hipps, Ltd., 123 High Street 
Jack, A., Ir.chcape View, Shore 
Matthew, M. & Son, 226 High Street 
Mitchell, J.. 27 Lordburn 
Moonlight, C, 5 and 7 Brothock Bridge 



ARBROATH TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



20-9 



Myles, U. i . ^ Sons, i.i jaiucs Street 

and 112 High Street 
Ogilvie, D., 152 High Street 
Peter, Jameb, 24 Commerce Street 
Rain?ay, D. & Co.. 98 High Street 
Keid & Cuthiil, Brbthbcfc Bank 
Ritchie. A., 100 High Street 
Rust, H. L. C, Keptie Street 
Strachan, Robt. & Sons, 53 High Street 
Thomson, Alexander, Kirk Square 
Thornton, D. & Son, 261 High Street 
Urquhart, Hector, 25 Guthrie Port 
West Port Association (Ltd.), 22 West Pt. 

/ ea Merchants. 

Brown, R., Keptie Street 

Buttercup Dairy, Keptie St. & High St. 

Cooper & Co., 211 High Street 

Doig, James, 73 Guthrie Port 

Dorward, Geo. & Co., (wholesale), 2 

Bank Street 
Dorward, J. M. & Son (wholesale), 67 

Guthrie Port 
Lipton. Lt., 16 Keptie Street 
Mavpole Tea Co., 171 High Street 
Rennic, W. J., 18 Brothock Bridge 
Scott, Andrew, 195 High Street 
Shepherds Dairies, 21 West Port 
Strachan, Wallace & Whyte (wholesale), 

Towernook 
Thorney croft, W. H.. 127 High Street 
Winton, A. B., 44 High Street 

Tobacconists. 

Beatt, Andrew, 19 Keptie Street 
Black. Miss Brothock Bridge 
Cowie, David, 37 Commerce Street 
Crowe, G., Brothock Bridge 
Cuthiil, R., 58 Keptie Street 
Davidson, John, 140 High Street 
Gardiner, A., Guthrie Port 
Gray, Mrs, 2 Lochland Street 
Kinnear. A. V., 109 High St & 18 Kep- 
tie Street 
Kirk, James, 13 West Port 
Lefevre, H. V., 228 High Street 
Leslie, W. 277 High Street 
Martin. John B., 46 Keptie Street 
M'Wattie & Sons (wholesale), 20 Com- 
merce Street 
Pyott, Geo., 254 High Street 
Ramsay, Miss B. S.. 192 High Street 
Ruxton, Mrs, 26 Millgate 
Taylor, A. J., 142 High Street 
Thornton, Robt., 41 Guthrie Port 

Umbrella Makers. 

Adamson, A. K., 9 Keptie Street 
Macdonald, D. R., Corner West Port & 

23 Commerce Street 
Moffat, Joseph, 32 Keptie Street 
Ogilvy, D., 152 High Street 
Soutar, James, Ltd., 104 High Street 

Waste Merchants. 

Buick, Albert, 14 Panmure Street 
Kelly, James, W. Grimsby 
Wallace, A. & Son, Lindsay Street 



Watchmakers and JeivrHcri 
Anrlmnn , J. T., 25u HlgU 3uuw» 
Anderson, John, 6 Keptie Street) ■ Q 
Bowman, ^alhii ,ue Street \S\ji\^ 
Eddie. J. & R. B., 105 High Street 
Geddes, N. Leslie, 189 High Street 
- High, Win., - eBe HigU Omi t 
Low, A., 20 Gowan Street 
Meffarrr -John-**., 33 Millgate ^J"*— ' 
Pirie, D., 262 High Street 



Wine and Spirit Merchants 
{Wholesale). 

Doig, James, 73 Guthrie Port 
Dorward, G. & Co., 2 & 4 Bank St. 
Jarron, John B., Kirk Square 
Strachan, Wallace & Whyte, Towernook 

Wool Repositories. 

Bisset, Miss, 223 High Street 
Carnegie, J. C, 159 High Street 
Dorward, Mrs, 24 Millgate 
Kinnear, Miss, 25 Hamilton Green 
Scotch Wool & Hosiery Co., 147 High St. 
Stewart, Miss Margaret, 33 West Port 

Miscellaneous. 

Billiard Saloons — Cadman, Keptie St.; 

Demarco, High Street ; Canale 
High Street 

Cooper— J. Whitton, Convent Street 

Cork Maker— R. S. Smith & Co., 53 Mar- 
ketgate 

Cutler— Robinson, 27 Guthrie Port 

Pie Shops — J. Alexander, Keptie St. ; 
W. B. Craig, 58 Guthrie Port; Rit- 
chie, Helen Street 

Salt Merchants — Charles Skae, Dickfteld 
Street 

Saw Trimmers — Robinson, 27 Guthrie 
Port; J. B. Chisholm, 80 Keptie St.; 
W. Asquith, Bridge Street. 

Sewing Machine Makers and Dealers — 
Singer Machine Manufacturing Co., 
194 High Street 

Shorthand Teachers— A. Stuart, 175 High 
Street ; G. Johnson, Abbey Lodge 

Sports Outfitter— A. V. Kinnear, 18 j 

Keptie Street 
Tar Distillers— William Briggs & Sons, 

Ltd., Elliot; Gas Corporation, Pon- 

derlaw Street 

Tobacco Manufacturers— J. M'Wattie & 

Sons, 20 Commerce Street 
Veterinary Surgeon — A. Robertson, 40 

Hill Street 



210 ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



DISTRICT DIRECTORY. 



POPULATION OF THE COUNT V. 
Forfar County (Census 1921)— Total Population, 270,950. 

COUNTY OFFICIALS. 

Sheriff of Forfarshire — George iuorton, K.C. 

Sheriff Substitutes— Charles T. Gordon, Arbroath and Forfar ; R. C. Maleolm, 
Dundee; F. F. Macdonald, and W. J. Rollo, Arbroath. Sheriff Clerk— Chris- 
topher J. Bisset, Dundee. 

Medical Officer of Health — Dr N. Sinclair, Forfar. 

Chief Constable— Robert T. Birnie, Forfar. 

Procurator-Fiscals — W. F. Mackintosh, Dundee; and Thomas Hart, Forfar. 

COUNTY COUNCIL, OF FORFARSHIRE. 
Convener of the County— Lt.-Col. W. Stewart Fothringham. Miirthly Castle. Vice-Convener— 
Wm. Shaw Adamson, of Careston, Brechin. Medical Health Officer— Dr N. J. 
Sinclair, Forfar. Sanitary Inspector — Dr Sinclair. Inspector of Weights and 
Measures— W. A. Bertram. County Clerk— R. Freer Myles, Forfar. County 
Treasurer — D. J. Carnegy, Forfar. Assessor and Registration Officer — D. J. 
Carnegy. Chairman of Commissio»ers of Supply — W. T. J. S. Steuart Fother- 
ingham. Chairman of Arbroath District Committee — James Kydd, Scryne. 
District Clerk, Treasurer, and Collector— M. R. Dickson. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT— Sheriff Court House. 
Court Diet first Monday of each month. Justices resident in Arbroath District — 
The Earl of Dalhousie; Claud C. Strachan Carnegie of Tarrie ; D. L. Dickson 
of Woodville; A. R. Duncan of Parkhill ; W . Chap-1 C. Cor.^ar Dr J. A. De-, va r, 
J. Fraser, C. Grant, A. D. Lowson, F. F. Macdonald, \\ . I Rollo, Sir Francis 
Webster, D. Webster, W. W. Webster (Denley), W. Webster (BellevueX Jas. 

R. Aitken, Rev. J. Murray, Dr Laing, James Jack, James Hood, James Law, 
Arbroath; A. Duncan, Maulesbank; J. P. Morison ; ^. Ferrier ; David C. 
Lindsay Carnegie, of Kinblethmont ; J. M. Gray, D. J. Henderson; D. Scroggie ; 
G. Winter; W. F. Soutar ; James Henderson; George Carnegie, 
Carnoustie; David Anderson; W. Binnie, Carmyllie; J. Buyers; R. J. Donald- 
son, Newton; W. K. Esplin, Levsmill ; James Fairlie, Easter Bonhard ; D. Max- 
well, Panlathy Mill; R. Greig, Ironshill, Inverkeilor ; J. A. Jarron, Arbikie, 
Lunan; James Kydd, Scryne, Panbride ; D. Muckart, St Vigeans ; 
J. Addison Scott, Newton of Arbirlot; A. A. Lawson, Newton of 
Boysack; Rev A. J. Campbell, Barry; A. C. Anderson, Fernlea, 
Arbroath; Rev. C. E. Duff, St Vigeans; Dr W. J. Dewar, Hill Terrace, 
Arbroath; Major H. Fraser, Lochlea, Arbroath; John Brodie, Kinprunes, Ar- 
broath; G. A. Francis, West Seaton ; James Graham, farmer, Balcathie; Thomas 
Howie,' Belhaven; David Kidd, National Bank, Carnoustie; D. W. Morgan, 
Ernie Mains, Arbroath; Charles Milne, Hillcrest, Arbroath; D. S. Nicoll, Green- 
bank, Barrv; T- H. Pattullo, Pitskelly; A. M. Robertson, Rosemount, Arbroath; 
G F Sellar, Bank Street, Friockheim; Geo. Sherriffs, Lochlee, Arbroath; Geo. 
Rutherford Thomson, Arbroath; D. Weighton, Brax, Arbroath; D. O. Young, 
Town Cl^rk. Carnoustie; Frank Wilson, Rosemount, Carnoirstie. 

COUNTY EDUCATION AUTHORITY. 

First Electoral Division— John R. Pratt, Birkhill, Liff. by Dundee; 
George Galloway, Roseangle, Wellbank, by Kingennie ; John Nicoll, Tig- 
nagarth, Queen Street. Monifieth; James Maxwell Rattray, Hillcrest, Moniheth. 

Second Electoral Division.— Rev. George Hitchcock, Invcrbrothock Manse, Ar- 
broanh; David Littlejohn, 33 Commerce Street, Arbroath; Rev. William M'Cur- 
rach, 55 Dishland Street, Arbroath; James S. Edwards, 3 Dalhousie Place, 
Arbroath; James P. Reid, 21 Lordburn, Arbroath; A. King, 44 Elliot Street, 
Arbroath. 

Third Electoral Division.— John Carnegie, The Nook, Barrv, Carnoustie ; Rev. 
John Heggle, The- Manse, Barry; Rev. J. B. Jobberns, 10 Westfield Place, 
Dundee; Rev. Alex. Mills. Colliston Manse, Arbroath. 



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Fourth Electoral Division.— Thomas Harriet, 92 East High Street, Forfar; William 

Nicoll, East and West Carscbank, Forfar; Mrs Anne Arnot Whyte, Easter 

Denoon, Glamis ; Andrew Peffers, 8 Sparrowcroft, Forfar; Mrs Helen Buchanan, 

Westby House, West High Street, Forfar. 
Fifth Electoral Division. — Archibald Whyte, Inverquharity, by Kirriemuir; George 

Annand, Reekie Linn House. Alyth ; Rev. John Fleming Linn, U.F. Manse, 

Airlie; David Buchanan, Hollybank, 14 Br. chin Road, Kirriemuir. 
Sixth Electoral Division.— Rev. P. S. Bisset, The Manse, Craig; David Nairn, 57 

Mill Street, Montrose; James Carson, Rossie Farm School, Mcntrose ; Rev. Jas. 

Landreth, The Manse, Logic-Pert; George Alexander Middleton, 190 High 

Street, Montrose. 
Seventh Electoral Division. — Samuel Edwards, Dalhousie Estate Office, Brechin; 

Rev. T. C. Sturrock, U.F. Manse, Edzell ; William B. Buchan, Boggie, fern; 

Rev. Alex. Monro, U.F. Manse, Menmuir ; William Cairns Moyes, Renmure, 

Invcrkeilor. 
Director of Education— P. A. Conacher, Education Offices, Forfar. 
Clerk and Treasurer— J. Eadie, B.L., Education Offices, Forfar. 
Master of Works— James M'Gregor, South School, Forfar. 

COUNTY LICENSING COURT. 

Provost George D. M'Nicoll, Kirriemuir; Provost James Nicoll, Carnoustie; Pro- 
vost J. Maxwell Rattray, Monifieth ; Provost James Moffat, Forfar; Patrick G. 
Duncan, Hillhead. Kirriemuir; James Graham, Balcathie, Arbirlot; Joseph 
Murray, Drvburgh, Lochee, by Dundee; F. M. Batchelor of Kelly&eld, Dundee; 
David Maxwell, Ballindarg, " Forfar ; William Nicoll, Carsebank. Forfar; W- 
Shaw Adamson, Careston castle, Brechin ; David Weighton, Brax, Arbroar.h ; 
James Kydd, bcryne, Carnoustie. 

ANGUS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. 
Secretary — John M. Fairlie, 165 Seagate, Dundee. 

THE ROYAL ASYLUM OF MONTROSE. 
Captain John Stansfeld of Dunninald ; Alexander R. Duncan, Esq., of Parkhill ; 
Rev. Robert Davidson, St Cyrus; Rev. John D. M'Lean, Maryton. Kev. 
P. S. Bisset, Craig; Rev. W. Percy Cox, Lunan ; Messrs J. R. Mitchell, 
H. Ross, James Mitchell, D. Smith, Georgt- Boyek, J. Galloway, Joseph 
Foreman, David Nairn, Montrose; Provost of Montrose, First and Second 
Bailies of Montrose; Nine Inhabitants of Burgh and Parish of Montrose; 
Representatives of Public Bodies — From Forfar and Kincardine District Lunacy 
Board— Viscount Arbuthnott, Fordoun ; D. S. Porteous, Lauriston Castle; Her- 
bert Lyall, Old Montrose; and George C. Suttie, St Cyrus. From Parish Coun- 
cils of Forfarshire — Rev. R. F. Lockart, Montrose; William Nicoll, Carsebank, 
Forfar; William Ogilvy,. S.S.C., Kirriemuir; George Carnegie, Carnoustie; 
Lieut.-Col. Blair-Imrie, Lunan House; and Rev. C. E. Duff, St Vigeans, Ar- 
broath. From Parish Councils of Kincardineshire— Alex. Milne, Stonehaven, 
and James Tindal, Fordoun. Clerk of the Corporation— C. Keir Alexander, 
Sunnvside, Monitrose. 



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POPULATION OF CARNOUSTIE, &c. 

Burgh of Carnoustie. Population of Burgh (Census 1921), 2494 males, 3463 females 
—total, 5957. Parish of Barry (Census i921), 6133. 

THE TOWN COUNCIL OF CARNOUSTIE. 

The Council is the Local Authority under the Public Health Act for the Burgh. 
. Provost James Nicoll. Senior Bailie — F. Davies. Junior Bailie — R. Balla. 
Councillors — John Dewar, R. R. Webster Baillie, William Millar, James S. 
Blair, George C. M'Gonigal, David M. Winter. Town Clerk— D. O. Young. Col- 
lector and Treasurer— David K. Mitchell. Officer of Health— Dr J. E. Taylor, 
Sanitary Inspector, Burgh and Road Surveyor, and Inspector of Cleans- 
ing — Alan F. Anderson. Gas Manager— John M'Robie Ireland. Burgh Prose- 
cutor — David Kidd. 

Committees.— Each Committee consists of all the members of the Council. Con- 
veners -.—Streets— Bailie Davies. Sanitary— Councillor Dewar. Lighting— 
Councillor Blair. Recreation— Bailie Balla. Finance — Councillor Baillie. 
Gas— Councillor Millar. Wards Farm— Provost Nicoll. Representatives to 
Golf Course Committee— Provost Nicoll, Bailie Balla, and Councillors Dewar 
and Winter. Local Pension Committee— KM the members of the Council; 
Chairman — Provost Nicoll. 

POLICE COURT. 

Held in the Burgh Chambers when necessary. Judges— Provost Nicoll, Bailies 
Davies and Balla. Clerk and Assessor— D. O. Young. Burgh Prosecutor- 
David Kidd, Rowan Cottage. 

CARNOUSTIE POST OFFICE. 
Postmaster — Mr Stirling. Open week days for sale of stamps from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. ; telegraph business from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. ; sale and pay- 
ment of postal orders, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; savings bank, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. De- 
spatches— 8.15 and 11.30 a.m., 1. 4. 5.10, and 8 p.m. Deliveries 7, 11.45 a.m., 
4.15 p.m. 4.15 p.m. delivery suspended on Saturday. 

JUSTICES OF 'IT-IE PEACE IN CARNOUSTIE. 

W. F. Soutar, D. J. Henderson, John P. Morison, David Scroggie, James M. Gray, 
George Winter, John Melville, A. B. Walker, George Carnegie, James Nicoll, 
David Kidd, D. O. Young, D. S. Nicoll. 

MORTIFICATIONS. 

Mrs Mitchell's Charity, 1901.— In 1901 Mrs Mary Sandeman or Mitchell, Douglas- 
leigh, Carnoustie, bequeathed to Trustees a sum of ^500, and directed that the 
free income or proceeds thereof should be expended annually at Christmas in 
the purchase of coals to be divided among the poor of Carnoustie at the discre- 
tion of the Trustees of the Fund which she desired might be designated " Mrs 
Mitchell's Charity." Trustees— The Parish Ministers of Carnoustie and Barry, 
the U.F. Minister of Panbride, the Town Clerk of Carnoustie. 

Mrs Helen Hogg or Kydd.s Bequest.— In 1910, Mrs Helen Hogg or Kydd, Oak 
Villa, Carnoustie, bequeathed to the Town Council ^135, and directed that the 
free income derived therefrom should be applied in purchasing coals to be 
distributed among the industrious poor of Carnoustie and Newton of Panbride 
who are non-recipients of parochial relief. 

John Milne's Bequest— The late Mr John Milne of Ravensby bequeathed to 
Carnoustie, a one-eighth of his estate, the income therefrom to be applied for 
the benefit of the poor of Carnoustie, including soldiers from Carnoustie dis- 
abled in the European War. 

CARNOUSTIE PARISH CHURCH. 

Minister— Rev. James Bailie, M.A. Session Clerk— E. W. Mathewson. Superin- 
tendent of Sabbath School— John Kerr. Organist and Choirmaster— Roy 
Sheriff. Church Membership— 723. Church Officer— Peter Tosh. 



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ST STEPHEN'S UNITED FREE CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. 
and 6.15 p.m. 
Ministers — Rev. James Philip, 22 Braid Crescent, Edinburgh; Rev. Dr W. Gumming 
Thorn, B.D., M.Th. Session Clerk— John Garriock, M.A., B.Sc, Smieton St. 
Deacons' Court Clerk— James Baxter, 16 Taymouth Terrace. Free Will Offering 
Treasurer— William Young, Annslea, Rose Street. Superintendent Sabbath 
School— John Garriock, M.A., B.Sc, Smieton Street. Foreign Mission Treasurer 
— J. Dewar, 2 Orchard Terrace. Central Fund Treasurer — G. Kitto, At. A., 
Coral Cottage. Secretary Young Women's Club — Miss Emily Boath, Kelly 
Cottage. Organist and Choirmaster — Mr Shiel, Terrace Koad. Secretary 
Ladies' Work Party— Mr s Hugh, Union Place. Secretary Men's Club— Mr 
Shiel, Terrace Road. Choir Treasurer — Miss Ina Murray, Agatha Bank, bab- 
bath School Secretary and Treasurer — John Garriock, -u.A., B.Sc, Smieton St. 

ERSKINE U.F. CHURCH— Services at it. 15 a.m. and 6.15 p.m. 
Ministers — Rev. John F. Dempster and Rev. Robert F. Chisholm, B.D. Sessiom 
Clerk — John C. Ramsay. Congregational Clerk — Thomas B Wilson. Congre- 
gational Treasurer — James B. Cunningham. Congregational Preses — Robert 
Thomson. Organist — Alexander Boyle. Superintendent of Sabbath School — ■ 
David F. Sherriff. Secretary and Treasurer — Ernest Ramsay. Bible Class 
Treasurer — James H. Cunningham. »>j.embership — 364. 

CHURCH OP THE HOUY ROOD- -Services at S & 11.15 a.m., 6.15 p.m. 
Rector — Rev. F. S. Macintyre. Church Wardens — J. Spragg and F. H. MaeCon- 
nachie. Lay Elector— J. M. Gray. Lay Representative— R. P. Blakelock. 
Treasurer— Edward Bowen. Souls— 458. Communicants— 217. Sunday Services 
—Holy Communion. 8 a.m. ; morning prayer, 11.15 a.m. ; evening prayer, 6.15 p.m. 
Daily Services — 8 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. 

PANBRIDE PARISH CHURCH— Services at 11. 15 a.m. (and in July 
and August)! St Pride's Chapel — Service at 6.15 p.m. 
Minister — Rev. John Caesar. Session Clerk— J. P. Morison. Superintendent of 
Sabbath School — Rev. John Caesar. Choirmaster — Andrew Simpson, Briar Cot- 
tage. Membership — 700. Church Officer — James Brown, Panbride. 

PANBRIDE U.F. CHURCH— Services at n.15 a.m. and 6.15 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. Alex. White, B.D. Session Clerk— Robt. S. Milne, Westneld, Con- 
gregational Treasurers — Alexander Duncan, Maulesbank; David Butchart, 1 
Millearn Terrace, Ireland Street. Central Fund Treasurer — W. J. 
Kerr, Almorah. Superintendent of Sabbath School — D. R. Kidd, Rockville, 
Easthavea. Organist and Choirmaster — David Kidd, jun., Easthaven. Church 
Officer — A. Spalding, Gladstone Terrace. Membership — 350. 

CARNOUSTIE, BARRY AND PANBRIDE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS' 

' UNION. 
Honorary President— Provost Nicoll. President— Bailie F. Davies. Secretary- 
John Garriock, M.A., B.Sc, Smieton Street. Treasurer— Miss Ness, 5 Carlogie 
Terrace. 

CARNOUSTIE AUXILIARY OF NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY 
OF SCOTLAND. 
President— Rev. W. Cumming Thorn, B.D., Ph.D., St Stephen's U.F. Church. Secy, 
and Treasurer— Rev. Robert F. Chisholm, B.D., Erskine U.F. Church, Car- 
noustie. 

. CARNOUSTIE, BARRY. AND PANBRIDE TRACT SOCIETY 
Receiver of Donations— Rev. R. F. Chisholm, H.D., Erskine U.F. Manse, Carnoustie. 

CARNOUSTIE Y.M.C.A. 
Hon. President— Vacant. President— Vacant. Vice-Presidents— J. Ireland, Dinor- 
wic; D. J. Butchart, Ireland Street. Treasurer— R. C. Matthewson, Boy- 
thorpe. Secretary— David A. R. i'how, 18 Arbroath Road. Directors— E. W. 
Mathewson, Wm. Blair, Geo. Soutar, A. - orsyth, J. ^. Rattray, ■ -T. F. Ness, 
J. Garriock, J. A. Clark, Wm. Spink, waver Smiui, Alex. Scott. Church 
Representative — Dr W. Cumming Thorn. 



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CARNOUSTIE V.M.C.A. & RED TRIANGLE CLUB-High St. and " Inglewood." 
Membership. feO. Morning meeting at 10 a.m. Social Hour — Sundays at 8 p.m. 
Caretakers — Mr and Mr* John Malcolm, Inglewood. 

V.M.C.A. LIBRARY. 
Open daily, a.m., to 10 p.m. Non-Members' Subscription, Is per month, 6s per 
year. 

CARNOUSTIE, BARRY, AND PANBRIDE SICK NURSING ASSOCIATION. 

President— Mrs Carnegie. Vice-President— Mrs Taylor. Hon. Secretary- 
Miss Low, 1 Lochty Avenue, Carnoustie. Hon. Treasurer — J. P. Morison. 
Nurse— Miss Stratton, 102 High Street 

BARRY AND PANBRIDE UNI LED SAVINGS BANK. 
President— Ex-Provost Soutar. Vice-President— Colonel Scroggie. Treasurer— 
A. R. Crawford. Secretary— David Kidd, 9 Taymouth Street. Directors— Revs. 
John Caesar, John Heggie, A. J. Campbell, ex-Provost Winter, 
Messrs R. C. Mathewson, D. N. Kinmond, D. O. Young, Arch. Colquhoun, Jas. 
P. Bruce, George Gibson, and Alexander Duncan. Office — Salisbury Place, next 
Post Office. Open on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. 

YEARLY BENEFIT SOCIETIES. 

Carnoustie Male and Female Yearly Society. Meets in Panmure Institute. Presi- 
dent — Wm. Dargie. Secretary — David Biack, 19 Panmure Street. Treasurer 
— Alex. Jamieson, Barry Road. Annual meeting on the 3rd Friday of Sept. 

Carnoustie, Barry, and . Panbride Yearly Society. Meets in Free Church Hall, 
Carnoustie. President — George Wallace. Vice-President — Alexander Vannett. 
Secretary— David Lyall, Balfour Place. Treasiirer — Mr Stephenson, West Path. 
Auditor— James Cuthill. Annual Meeting— 4th May. Meets fortnightly on 
Monday evenings, at 7 o'clock in the Hall stated. 

CARNOUSTIE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, Ltd., Dundee Street. 
Registered Office— Ferrier Street. Branch— 99 Dundee Street, Carnoustie. Presi- 
dent—A. D. Crerar. Vice-President— John C. Ramsay. Minute Secretary 
— W. B. Crerar. General Manager — David Japp. 

PLOUGHMEN'S SOCIETY— Carnoustie Branch. 
President— Robert Fyfe, Carnoustie. Vice-President— Peter Suttie, Barry. 

Treasurer — John Ferguson, Clayholes. Secretary — Robert Garden, The Lodge, 
Ravensby, Barry. Members of Committee— Wi.aam Christie, W. Smith, J. 
Laraond, J. Watterson, D. Smart, John Kidd, James Ferguson, Wm. Fernie, 
Alex. Cuthill. Meets at Carnoustie every quarter. Annual meetingfi — Second 
Saturday in August. 

CARNOUSTIE MUSICAL SOCIETY— Instituted 1909. 
Hon. President— W. F. Soutar, Annfield. President— A. M'Crae Wilson. Hon. 
Secretary— Wm. Duncan, 34 Carlogie Rd Treasurer— N. E. Millar. Pianist— Mrs 
M'Laren. Conductor — Mr W. Wallace, Dundee. 

AMATEUR HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Patron— Earl of Dalhousie. President— Alexander Simpson. Vice-President— J. 
L. Dargie. Hon. Treasurer— H. P. Mudie. Hon. Auditor— D. K Mitchell' 
Secretary— James H. Stephenson, 20 West Path. Shew Manager— Peter Kerrl 
Show about Third Saturday of August. Annual General Meeting— First Friday 
in September. 

CARNOUSTIE BURNS CLUB. 
President— John Carnegie. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer— D. K. Mitchell, 2 
Carlogie Terrace. Carnoustie. Committee— James Shiells, A. B. Hogg, and 
Innes Miller. 

BARRY AND PANBRIDE UNIONIST ORGANISATION. 
Chairman— W. F. Soutar, Annfield. Secretary— A. C. M'Corquodale. 



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CARNOUSTIE AND DISTRICT LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 
President — Provost Nicoll. Members of Committee — 40. Annual Meeting — End of 
February. 

GOLF CLUBS. 

Carnoustie Golf Club (Inst. 1842). — Captain — Alex. D. Crerar. Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer — A. C. Murray, Laurel Bank, Terrace Road, Carnoustie. Annual 
meeting in February. Membership — 500. Club House — Links. 

Carnoustie Y.M.C.A. — Captain — David Thow. Secretary and Treasurer — J. Clark. 

Caledonia Club — Captain, Ex-Provost George Carnegie. Vice-Captain, J. M. Ful- 
larton. Secretary and Treasurer — James Barnet. Match Secretary — John 

M'Lagan. membership, 270. 

St Crispin Club — Captain — Fred Martin. Secretary and Treasurer — J. Lyall, An- 
nual meeting in February. Membership — 70. (Confined to employees in the 
Shoe Trade.) 

Ladies' Golf Club (Affiliated to Ladies' Golf Union) — Club-house — Links. President 
— Mrs K. Lawson. Vice-President — Mrs A. Colquhoun. Treas. — Rev. J. Heggie. 
Secretary — Miss Norrie M. Kidd. Captain — Mrs Scroggie. 

CARNOUSTIE LAWN TENNIS CLUB. 
Hon. Secretary — C. B. Walker, Ewartlea, Carnoustie. Hon. Treasurer — Miss E. M. 
Ferrier, Aboukir Lodge, Carnoustie. 

PANMURE CURLING CLUB. 
President — Vacant. Secretary and Treasurer — J. P. Morison, Bank House, 
Carnoustie. Annual meeting in September. 

PANBRIDE PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman— Frank Watson; Rev. John Caesar, Messrs George Aikenhead, John Mar- 
tin, David Scroggie, A. C. Colquhoun, vvm. Steven, James Kydd, and R. R. 
Webster Bai. .e. erk — A. C. M'Corquodale. Inspector of Poor, Collector of 
Rates and Registrar — J. P. Morison. Medical Officer — Dr J. Ewan Taylor. 

PANBRIDE LANDWARD COMMITTEE OF PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman— Rev. John Caesar; Messrs George Aikenheau, John Martin, William 
Steven, James ivydd, and R. R. Webster Baillie. County Council Represen- 
tative — John Martin, Middleton of Panbride. 

PANBRIDE AND BARRY SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE. 
Chairman— D. S. Nicoll. Members — Rev. John Caesar, John Carnegie, D. A. 
Christie, F. Davies, Rev. J. Heggie, Rev. J. B. Jobberns, r. M'Laren, D. 
Webster Baillie, Thomas Smith and John Strachan. 

SCHOOLS. 

Carnoustie Public School.— Headmaster, D. A. Christie. Roil, 4o0. Average atten- 
dance. 383. 

Barry Public School.— Headmaster, J. M. Smith. Roll, 120. Average attendance, 110 

Panbride Public School.— Headmaster, J. C. Stuart, M.A. Roll, 116. Average 
attendance, 103. 

Muirdrum Public School.— Teacher, Miss Heughan. Roll, 20. Average attendance, 18 

REGISTRARS. 

Barry Parish— D. K. Mitchell, Carnoustie. Panbride Parish— J. P. Morison, 
Carnoustie. 

BARRY PARISH CHURCH. 
Minister— Rev. John Heggie. Superintendent of Sabbath School— Thomas Stewart, 
Carnoustie. Membership, 502. Church Officer— James Young, Barry. 



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BARRY U.F. CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. and 6.15 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. A. J. Campbell, M.A., V.D., J. P. Session Clerk— D. S. Nicoll, J. P., 
Greenbank, Barry. Clerk to Deacons' Court — William Currie, Careston Cottage, 
Carnoustie. Superintendent of Sabbath School — Rev. A. J. Campbell. MA. Or- 
ganist — A. Simpson, Briar Cottage, - arnoustie. Church Officer — Alex. Jamie- 
son, Denver Cottage, Barry Road, Carnoustie. Membersnip— '£11. 

BARRY PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman— J. H. Pattullo. Collector of Rates and Inspector of Poor — D. K. 
Mitchell, Municipal Buildings, High Street. Office Hours— 9 to 1, and 6 to 7.30. 
Saturdays— 9 to 12. Half-yearly Meetings — Second Tuesdays of February and 
August. 

BARRY AND PANBRIDE WOMEN'S UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. 

Hon. President — The Countess of Strathmore. Hon. Vice-Presidents — Lady Con- 
stance Blackburn, Mrs Duncan of Balfour, Mrs L. Guthrie, Carnoustie House; 
Airs Carnegie, Avitmore, Carnoustie; Mrs Morgan, Clifton Grange, Carnoustie; 
President— Mrs W. F. Soutar, Annfield, Carnoustie. . lCe-Presiiitnt— Miss 
Low, Lochty Avenue, Carnoustie. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs W. 
Ferrier, Lochty Street. 



Carnoustie List of Trades and Professions. 



Agents. 

A. C. M'Corquodale, Maryville (Scot- 
tish Equitable Life Assurance So- 
ciety and Norwich Union Fire). 
• A. C. M'Corquodale, High Street (Life, 
Fire, &c, Assurance). 

E. W. Butchart (for J. Pullar & Sons, 
dvers, Perth), High Street 

E. W. Butchart, High Street (Emigra- 
tion Agent). 

Robert R. W. Baillie (factor for the 
Right Hon. the Earl of Dalhousie), 
Panmure Estate Office, Carnoustie. 

Misses Gardvne (Empress Laundry 
Co.), High Street 

D. T. Wilson (Arbroath Steam Laun- 
dry). Dundee Street. 

Carnoustie Co-Operative Association, 
Ltd. (for A. & J. Macnab, Ltd., 
dyers, Edinburgh). 

Architect. 
Jaimes P. Bruce, High Street. 

Bakers. 
Carnoustie Co-Operative Association, 

Limited. 
William Nicoll, The Cross. 
George T. Burnett, Dundee Street. 
T. B. Cunningham. Dundee Street and 

High Street. 

Banks. 

Bank of Scotland (branch) ; head office, 
Edinburgh. 

North of Scotland Bank, Ltd. (branch) ; 
head Office, Aberdeen. J. P. Mori- 
son, agent, Carnoustie. 

National Bank of Scotland, Ltd. ; head 
office, Edinburgh. David M. Kidd, 
agent, Carnoustie. 

Savings Bank (Barry and Panbride), 
Dundee Street. Carnoustie. David 
M. Kidd, treasurer; Alexander R. 
Crawford, secretary. 



Boarding 
Boarding 



Blacksmiths. 
Francis Gow. Barry. 
Charles Rattrav, Scryne, Panbride. 
R. Reid & Sons, West end 
James Shields, Muirdrum. 
Gourlay & Son, T : -iVs Avenue. 
J. Fernie, Park Avenue. 

Boarding Houses. 
Miss Barbour, Allanbank 

House, Terrace Road 
Miss Robertson, Glencoe 

House, Links Parade 
Mrs Henderson, Agrabank 
Miss Simpson, Seafield 
Miss Smith, Scotswood 

Booksellers, Newsagents, &=c. 
Andrew Simpson, High Street 
Croll, Mrs, Barry Road 
Misses Gardvne, High Street 
Miss Fawns, 30 Dundee Street 
W. Cowan, Dundee Street 
Mrs Will. High Street 
James Simpson, Carnoustie Gazette, 
High Street 

Boot ana! Shoe Makers 
William Whyte, Hi-* Street 
William P. Sturrock, High Street 
Scroggie Bros, (wholesale), Carnoustie 
J. Winter & Sons, Ltd. (wholesale), 

Carnoustie 
Charles Spark. High Street 
David Fvffe. Church Street 
Wm. M'Arthur, Dundee Street 
Greenlees & Son, High Street 

Cabinetmakers, &=c 
D. T Wilson, 103 High Street, and 

Arbroath. 
T. B. Sparks, 6 Queen Street 

Carriers. 
Alexander Hovell. 114 Dundc Street 
Byars & Mitchell, Dundee and Arbroath 



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Chemical Works. 
Charles Tennant & Co., of Carnoustie, 
Ltd. (vitriol and chemical) 

Chemists and Druggists. 
David J. Henderson, High Street 
George Calvert M'Gonnigal, High St. 

China, Glass, &c, Dealers. 
Johnston's Emporium, The Cross 
Couston's Emporium, Albert Place 
Mrs K. Buik, P ; <*h Street 
Mrs Clarkson, High Street 

Cloth Merchants. 
Blakelock & Caird Ltd., Catherine Bank 

James Smieton & c ns (jute), Panmure 
Works, and Dundee 

Coal Merchants. 

Thos. Muir, Son, & Patton, Limited, 
Railwa}' Station 

Carnoustie Contracting Company, Ter- 
rier Street 

Carnoustie Coal and Lime Company, 
Railway Station 

Smith, Hood & Co., Station Road 

Carnoustie Co-Operative Association, 
Ltd., Depot, Brown Street 

Cameron, Barry Road 

Confectioners. 
W. Cowan, Dundee Street 
Geo. T. Burnett. 91 Dundee Street 
A. Demarco, Park Ave., Station Road 
Mrs James Livingstone, Dundee Street 
J. Ogilvie, Dundee Street 
Miss A. Fairlie, High Street 
Miss Henderson, Station Road 
Mr James Jolly, High Street 
Mrs Smith, Victoria Street 
Miss Baldv, Barry Road 
Miss J. H. Walker, High Street 
Miss Pye, Hisrh Street 
Mrs Morton, Dundee Street 
A. Danunzio, Kinloch Street 
W. G., Sharp, Dundee Street 
Miss M. Clark, High Street 
Mrs Smith, High Street 
Miss Collins, H->h Street 
Mr Yeaman, Barry Road 
Mr Moore, Dundee Street 
Misx T.anglands, Albert Street 



Contractors and Carters. 
Carnoustie Contracting Company, Fer- 

rier Street 
John Thomson, Dundee Street 
Alexandi r Gow, Victoria Street 

Cycle Agents. 
John M'Andrew, Dundee Street 
Mr .Murray, Dundee Street 
G. Martin,' Brown Street 

Dairies and Dairymen. 
Thomas Bell. Newton 



Mrs Stewart, Panbride 

J . Kerr, Rottenrow 

G. L. Mudie, Greenlaw Hill 

Mr Clark, Skichenmuir 

T. Small, Cotside 

Charles Sharp Kirkton Bank 

J. Ferguson, Clayhills 

Buttercup Dairy Co., High Street 

Sturrock, Hayhillock 

Shiels, Bonnington 

Mill. Lochend 

Dentists. 
W. T. Ross, Fairview, Dundee Street 
H. S. Hunter, L.D.S. (of Arbroath), 75 

High Street (every Thursday) 
T. MacDougall, Barry Road 

Drapers. 
Carnoustie Co-Operative Association, 

Limited 
Miss Miller, High Street 
J. D. M 'After. High Street 
Mrs Fairweather, High Street 
Miss Aldridge, Panmure Street 
Geo. Shand. High Street 
W. Taylor. High Street 
Mrs Kennedy, Dundee Street 
P. Smith, High Street 
Miss Stewart, High Street 
Miss Kinnear, High Street 

Engineers and Ironfounders. 
The Anderson-Grice Co., Taymouth 
Engineering Works 

Fishmongers. 
Miss Donaldson, 51 High Street 
G. Anker, High Street & Dundee Street 

Fleshers. 
James T. Duncan, High Street 
R. Millar, High Street 
John C. Findlay, High Street 
Wm. Black, Dundee Street and High 

Street 
Carnoustie Co-Operative Society Ltd. 
Wm. Wellwood, 25 Dundee Street » 

Fruiterers and Greengrocers. 
Marshall, High Street 
M'Culloch, The Cross 
Miss Sturrock, High Street 
Bliss Clark, High Street 
Mrs Graham, Dundee Street 
W. Sharp, Dundee Street 

Game Dealer. 
Marshall, High Street 

General Merchants. 
Mrs M'Owen, Queen Street 
Mrs Clark, Muirdrum 
Miss Ramsay, Panmure Street 
Mrs Croll, Barrv Road 
James Hay, Millar Street 
Mrs Robertson, Westhaven 
Mrs Murray, Muirdrum 
Mrs MacGregor, Muirdrum 



CARNOUSTIE TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



221 



Golf Club Makers. 
Robert Simpson, golf club and ball 

maker, Golf House 
Walter Hewitt, golf club and' ball 

maker, Links Avenue* ■ ■ • 

Gourlay & Son, golf cl-eek and iron 

makers, Links Avenue 

C. H. Will, Queen Street 

Grocers. 
Those marked s are also Spirit Dealers 
Carnoustie Co-Operative Association, 

Limited 
G. K. Robertson, Kinloch Street 
sCharles Craig, High Street 
William Low & Co., Dundee Street 
jR. B. Thorn, High Street 
sEdward Butchart, High Street 
sFred Robb, High Street 
^Charles A. Fox, High Street 
jWii. Murdoch, Ireland Street 
sW. L. Reid, Barry Road 
sjohn Napier, Kinloch Street 
/fames Robertson,- High Street 
G. Johnstone, Ireland Stree'; ■ 
sjames Bell Brown Street 
sMrs Soutar, Queen Street 
sjohn Yool. High Street 
Buttercup Dairv Co., High Street 
jWm. Eradburri, Station Road 
J. Hugh, Queen Street 

Hardware Merchants. 
Johnston's Emporium, The Cross 
T. . R. Couston, Dundee Street 
Carnoustie Co-Operative Society- 

Hairdressers. 

D. Crowe, High Street 

Mr Strachan Dundee Street ~2"\ 
Mr Fawns., Dundee Street 

Hotels, Inns and Taverns. 
Beaton's Hotel — John Sanderson 
Bruce's Hotel — Mrs Hendry, proprietrix 
T. Wilson (Golf Arms), Ferrier St. 
J. Leslie (Stag's Head), 83 Dundee St 
Kinloch Arms Hotel — J. W. Melvin, 

High Street 
Station Hotel — Thos. Hart, Station 

Road 
Joseph Wilson (Golf Inn), Ferrier St 
Robb's Inn, Park Avenue 

Horsehiring and Posting.- 
Innes Miller, . Taymouth Stables 
T. Hart, Station Betel 

Ironmongers. 
Couston's Emporium, Dundee Street 
Johnston's Emporium, The Cross 
J. .Donaldson, Dundee Street 

Joiners and Wrights. 
To'hn Julian & Son, Muirdrum 
Edward & Ramsay, Ferrier Street 
Alex. Simpson & Son, Collier Street 
Robert Reid & Son, Lochend Crescent 
John I. Thow, Westhaven 



Laundries. 
Carnoustie and District Laundry Coy., 

West End 
Miss Christie, High Street 

Market Gardener. 
Mrs Stewart, Panbride 

Masons and Builders. 
Andrew Robertson & Sons, Kinloch St. 
John I. Wilson, Station Road 

Milliners and Dressmakers. 
Miss Kidd, Kinloch Street 
Miss Maggie Hepburn, Charles Street 
Mrs Fairweather, High Street 
Misses Lawrence, Collier Street 
Miss Robb, Miller Street 
Misses Smieton, Barry Road 
Miss Kinnear, High Street 
Miss Nairn, Barry Road 
Miss Hay, Kirkton Terrace 
Miss Finlay, Church Street 
Miss Scott,. Carlogie Road 
Carnoustie Co-Operative Association, 

Limited 
Miss Miller, High Street 
Miss Anderson, Allanah Cottage, Links 

Parade 

Motor Garages. 
W. Strachan, Kinloch Arms 
George Ness, Arbroath Road 
T. Bell, Station Hotel 

Music Teachers. 
Miss Ross, Dundee Street 
Misses Strachan, Panmure Bank 
Charles Robb, Bay House 
Miss M. Smith, Brown Street 
Mr C. A. Low, Kirkton Terrace 
Miss A. Galloway, Ben More, Macken- 

i zie Street ■■ : < ■ ■ ■• 

Mr John Wilson, jun., Mackenzie St 

News-paper Reporters. . • 

Carnoustie \ Gazette— H. Chapman, High 

Street 

Painters and Paperhangers. 
Henry Ellis, High Street 
James Sturrock & Son, High Street 
E. W. Mathewson, Dundee Street, and 

Arbroath 
Ochterlony & Ellis, Dundee Street ■'■ 
Kydd, Church Street 

Plasterer. 
Archibald Donald & Son, 35 High Street 
' D. Jamieson & Sons, Kinloch Street 

Plumbers, Tinsmiths, and Gasfitters. 
M'Kay &. Stewart, High Street 
John M'Andrew, Dundee Street 
J. Fafquharson, High Street 
Kyd Bros., Church Street ; ■ 



222 



CARNOUSTIE TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



Printer. 
James- Simpson, High Street 

Saddler. 
A. Lowden, Station Road 

Slater. 
Alex. Hogg & Sons, Dundee Street 



Solicitors. 
James M. Gray, T ay mouth Villa 
A. C. M'Corquodale, High Street 
David O. Young, town clerk. Newing- 

eon 
Mr Urquhart, Firbank 
R. Simpson. Rockclive . 



Surgeons. 
J. M. Milne, Dalhousie Villa. H^gh St. 
James E. Taylor, Villa Rosa 
Dr M'Connell. The Limes 



Tailors. 
Those marked c are also Clothiers. 
cCaxnoustie Co-Operative Association,. 
cWm. Ferrier, High Street 
eW. Falconer, Dundee Street 
Thomas Henderson, Station Road 



Tea Rooms. 

Mrs Smith, High Street 

Miss Farquharson. Brown Street 

Miss Fairlie, High Street 

Geo. Burnett, High Street 

Miss Helen Langlands, Dundee Street 

J. Ogilvie, Dundee Street 

Mrs K. Buick. High Street 
Tobacconists. 

A. Jones, High Street 

Mrs Livingstone, Dundee Street 

Miss Fawns Dundee Street 

Mrs Will, High Street 

A. Demarco, High Street 

Misses Gardyne, High Street 

W. Cowan, Dundee Street 

A. Simpson. High Street 

A. Jolly. High Street 

Upholsterer. 

J. B. Sparks, 6 Queen Street 
Watchmakers. 

Andrew Heggie. The Cross 

Crabbe & Mackenzie, High Street, and 
Dundee " 

Miscellaneous. 

Thos. Bell, veterinary surgeon. 

J. Taylor, basketmaker, Philip Street 

G. Gibson, Lochty Preserving Works 

A. Y. H. Wilson, monumental mason. 
Dundee Street 

Telephone Office. Paris Buildings, 
High Street 

Mrs F. H. Maconachie, bone special- 
ist. Heath Park 

R. Reid & Son, carriage builders. West 
End 



Friockheim Directory. 



POPULATION— Census. 1921. 
Kinnell Parish, 589. Kirkden Parish, 1337. Guthrie Parish, 257. 

FRIOCKHEIM PARISH CHURCH— Services at n a.m. and 6 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. P. A. Andrew. Clerk of Kirk Session and Church Trustees- 
George F. Sellar, Bank House. Treasurer of Church Trustees— Wm. Whyte. 
Superintendent of Sunday School— William Whyte. Leysmill— J. JVlXean, 
Station' House, . Elder. Organist and Choirmaster— Vv . Whyte. President ot 
Ladies' Guild— Mrs Smith, Friock Mains. Church Officer— J . Hosie, Gardyne 
Street. Membership— 580. 

FRIOCKHEIM U.F. CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. and 6.15 p.m. 
Mittister— Rev. John Smith, M.A. Session Clerk— William Nicoil, Braikie, lnver- 
keilor. Clerk of Deacons' Court— Mr Alexander Lawson, Newton of Boysack, 
Arbroath. Superintendent of Sabbath School— Rev. John Smith. Church Officer 
— John Duke. Membership — 180. 

SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 
District No. 6. Schools— Letham, Friockheim, Kinnell, Craichie 

Kirkden. Chairman and Representative from Authority-Mr .. . _. ---._■ 
Renmure, Inverkeilor, Montrose. Others-Rev. John Smith, Messrs C Soutar, 
D Grant, J. Hamilton, D. P. Arnot, Tas. Ewing, Kinnell ; Mr Thomson, 
Guthrie; Mr M'Naughton, E. Mains, Guthrie. 

FRIOCKHEIM PUBLIC SCHOOL. . 

Master-James A. Davidson, Infant Mistress-Miss Anderson. Assistants— J»is> 
Harris and Miss Soutar. Average Attendance— 130. 



Guthrie, and 
W. C. Moyes, 



FRIOCKHEIM. 223 



POST OFFICE, GARDYNE STREET. 
Postmistress — Miss M. A. T. Carr. Money Order, Postal Order, Savings' Bank, 
Telegraph Office, and Telephone Call Office. Sale of stamps and telegraph busi- 
ness— 9 a.m. till 7 p.m. Arrival of Mails— 9.14 a.m. and 3.55 p.m. Despatches 
—8 a.m., 3.30 and 4.30 p.m. Friockheim Deliveries— 9.45 a.m. and 4.10 p.m. 

FRIOCKHEIM RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. 
President— Carnegie Soutar. Vice-President— Hector F. Ferrier. Secretary and 
Treasurer— George F. Sellar. Committee — James Bone, William Whyte, Tames 
Ogilvie, Robert Innts, John Duke, Rev. John Smith, C. W. Christie, James 
Watt, A. Cummine, David Stott, George Murray, William Baillie. 

FRIOCKHEIM CEMETERY COMMITTEE. 
George Kenny, Rev. J. Smith, D. F. Carr (convener), Andrew .Doctor, and Hector 
Y. Ferrier. Keeper— Andrew Walker. Superintendent and Clerk— James Ogil- 
vie. 

BRUCE MASONIC LODGE (593). 
R.W.M.— James Bone. Secretary— W. W. Thomson, 39 Gardyne St., Friockheim. 
Treasurer— Robt. Murray. Hallkeeper— Wm. M'Pherson, 38 Gardyne Street. 
Meets in Bruce Hall Second Thursday of each Month, from September till 
April, inclusive. 

PUBLIC HALLS. 
Assembly Hall (Accommodation 500)— Secretary— D. F. Carr, Gardyne Street. Hall- 
keeper — Andrew Smith, Middlegate. 
Free Church Hall — Secretary — John Duke, Lilybank. 
Parish Church Hall — Curator — James Hosie. 
Bruce Masonic Hall, Gardyne Street — Hallkeeper — William M'Pherson. 

NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY— FRIOCKHEIM AUXILIARY. 
President— Rev. P. A. Andrew. Vice-President— Rev. William Guthrie Law, M.A. 

Secretary and Treasurer— Rev. J. Smith, M.A. 

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
President— A. Doctor. Friock Mains. Secretary— J. Ogilvie, Lilybank St. Treasurer 
— David Carr, Gardyne Street. Annual Meeting third Saturday of September. 
Annual Show in August. 

INTERNATIONAL PLOUGHMEN'S SOCIETY— KINNELL BRANCH. 
President— Charles Todd. Vice-President — William Todd. Treasurer — Andrew 
Walker. Secretary — William Wilkie, 2 Millgate, Friockheim. Committee — 
William Strachan, Tames Mitchell, John M'Pherson, sen., and Charles W. 
Christie. 

VINNEY AND LUNAN PLOUGHING ASSOCIATION. 
Patrons — Mrs Lindsay Carnegie of Anniston, Mr and Mrs M'Grath, Letham Grange; 
D. C. R. Lindsay Carnegie of Kinblethmont, Captain Hew Blair Imrie of Lunan. 
President — Peter Smith, Fallaw. Secretary and Treasurer — David Hay, Lawton. 

FEEING MARKETS. 

Whitsunday — The Term day, or the first Thursday after. 
Martinmas — The Term day, or the first Thursday after. 

FRIOCKHEIM MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB— Established, 1914. 
President— James Bone. Secretary and Treasurer— Chas. W. Christie, Pitmuis 
Mill, Friockheim. Match Secretary— David O. Christie, Pitmuis Mill. Open 
Tuesday and Saturday, 7 to 9.30 p.m. Caretaker — Wm. M'Pherson, Gardyne St. 

FRIOCKHEIM AND DISTRICT DOMINO LEAGUE. 
(Suspended meantime. No matches arranged for this season.) 
President— Thomas Air. Vice-President— W. M. M'Kay. Secretary and Traasurer 
—Thomas Roberts,, 6 Gardyna Street, Friockheim. Meets in Rooms, Millgate. 

CURLING CLUB— Evenie Water. 
Secretary — Andrew Doctor, Friockheim Mains. 



224 FRIOCKHEIM. 



READING ROOM AND BOWLING CLUB. 
Patroness^Miss Bruce Gardyne. Patrons — A. Matthews, Arbroath; J. 
Christie, Kirriemuir. Hon. Presidents — A. Cummine. President— C. Soutar. 
Vice-Presidents — Rev. J. Smith and John Duke. Secretary and Treasurer — A. 
Johnston, Station House. Curator and Librarian — J. Ogilvie. Superintendent 
W. Mackay. Caretaker — G. Low, Lunan, Street. Reading Room open Monday, 
Wednesday, and .Friday, 7 to 9.30 p.m. Draughts Club on Monday and Thurs- 
day evenings. Bowling Green, open May to September. 

GUTHRIE PARISH CHURCH— Service at n a.m. 
Minister — Rev. William Guthrie Law, M.A. Session Clerk and Treasurer — Rev. Wm. 
Guthrie Law, M.A. Heritors' Clerks — W. & J. S. Gordon, solicitors, Forfar. Su- 
perintendent of Sunday School — Rev. William Guthrie Law, M.A. Organist and 
Choirmaster — John Thomson, Friockheim. Membership — 185. Church Officer 
and Gravedigger — George Burnet, blacksmith, Kirkton. President of Woman's 
Guild — Mrs A. MacNaughton, E. Mains, Guthrie. 

GUTHRIE SCHOOL. 
Headmaster— J. L. Thomson. Assistant— Jane S. Smart. Accommodation— 112. 
! Average Attendance — 50. 

GUTHRIE PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman — Alexander Macnoughton. Members— Captain Ivan D. Guthrie of Guth- 
rie; Ian Robertson. Hilton of Guthrie; Alexander Macnaughtqn, East Mains; 
James Christison, Polmood ; James M'Gowan, Hillside. Inspector of Poor arid 
Collector — James Ogilvie, Friockheim. 

BOY SCOUTS. 
Scoutmaster— Rev. Wm. Guthrie Law, Guthrie Manse. Assistant Scoutmaster — 
W. Brown, Station House, Guthrie. Troop Leader— Alex. Souness. 

GUTHRIE SOCIAL CLUB. 
President— A MacNaughton, E. Mains, Guthrie. Secy. Treas. & Librarian— Rev. 
W. Guthrie Law. Meets in Guthrie Parish Hall. Membership— 70. 

KINNELL PARISH CHURCH— Service at n. 15 a.m. 
Minister— Rev. Duncan Macarthur, M.A. Session Clerk— Rev. D MacarthuE. 
Treasurer— Rev D. Macarthur. Superintendent of Sunday School— Rev. D. 
Macarthur. Secretary of Sunday School— Rev. D. Macarthur. Choirmaster— 
David Carr. Membership-287. Church Officer-David tirown, Balneaves, 
Friockheim. 

KINNELL PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
Headmaster— James Ewing. Infant Mistress— Miss J. R. Annandale. Assistant- 
Miss I. Mitchell. On Roll— 100. 

KINNELL PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman— Rev. D. Macarthur. Members— James Hamilton Charles Low, William 
CI Moyes, and David P. Arnot. Clerk— James Ewing, Schoolhouse. Inspector of 
Poor, Collector, and Registrar— James Ewing. 
REGISTRARS. 
Guthrie— Mrs Wells, Postmistress, Guthrie. Bunnell— Jaaies Ewing, Schoolhouse. 
Kirkden— James Ogilvie, Friockheim. 

KIRKDEN PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
Headmaster— R. Oliver. 
KIRKDEN PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman— James Duncan Scott, Ascurry. 

SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE for the Parishes of Dun- 
nichen, Guthrie, Kinnell, and Kirkden. 
Chairman-W. C. Moyes, Renmure, Inverkeilor, Montrose. Clerk-John Young,. 

KIRKDEN PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11 aim. ' : ' . 

Minister-Rev. John Boyle, M.A., B.D. Session Clerk-Rev J Boyle Superin- 
tendent of Sabbath School-Rev. J. Boyle. Secretary of Sabbath School-Rev. 
J. Boyle. Membership— 208. Organist— Miss Jessie Maxwell. 



FRIOCKHEIM. 



225 



FRIOCKHEIM WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE. 
President — Miss Bruce Gardyne of Middleton. Vice-Presidents — Mrs J. A. David- 
son, Schoolhouse, and Mrs J. Smith, U.F. Manse. Joint Secretaries — Miss 
Ogilvie, Lilybank Street; Mrs James Bone, Millgate. Joint Treasurers — Mrs 
Smith, Friock Mains; Mrs* M'Naughton, East Mains of Guthrie. Committee — 
Mrs C. W. Christie, Pitmuies Mill; Miss Esplin, Gardyne Street; Mrs Ewing, 
Kinnell Schoolhouse; Mrs M'Lellan, Middleton; Miss Nicoll,, Mainsbank; Mrs 
Carnegie Soutar, Rosebank ; Miss Walker, Pitmuies Mill. 

FRIOCKHEIM TRADES LIST. 



Bakers. 
Carnegie Soutar, Millgate 
James Thomson, Gardyne Street 

Bank. 
North of Scotland and Town and 
County Bank, Ltd., Agent— Geo. F. 
Sellar 

Blacksmiths. 
David Mouat, West End 
Alexander Mackay, Eastgate 
David Harris, Middlegate 
David Donaldson, Muirside 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
A.. Macdonald, Gardyne Street 
A. Findlay 

Butchers. 
A. Nicol, Gardyne Street 
W. & H. Ferrier, Millgate 
R. & W. Taylor, W 7 estgate 

Bleachers. 
Douglas Fraser & Sons, Ltd. 
Chas. W. Christie, Pitmuies Mill 

Carrier to Arbroath. 
Robert Rae, Arbroath. 

Coal Merchants. 
D. & A. Cummine, Millgate 
Wilkie & Baillie, Middlegate 

Cycle Depots. 
D. Mouat, West End Cvcle Saloon 
Edward Suttie, Millgate 
Geo. Ross &: Co., Gardyne Street 

Drapers. 
Win. Whyte, Gardyne Street 
James Annandale, Westgate 



Miss Suttie, 
Mrs Anthon 



Dressmakers. 

Millgate 



Engineers and Millwrights. 
J. & D. Craig, Idvies Mill 
G. Ross & Co., Gardyne Street 

General Merchants. 
Mrs John Stephen, Gardyne Street 
D. Bruce, Millgate 

The Arbroath High Street Co-Operative 
Society. 



Grocers. 
Gibson, West End 
Kenneth C. Duthie, Gardyne Street 
Miss Croal, Gardyne Street 
Mrs Beatson, Leysmill 

Hotels. 
6-day Licences. 
Railway Hotel— D. Stott 
Balmoral Hotel — James Watt 
Star Hotel— D. Gair 

Joiners. 

James Moir, Westgate 
William Baillie, Middlegate 

Knackery. 
Strathmore Salvage Co., Ltd., Greens 
of Gardyne. Manager — J. Bayne. 

Mason. 
W. Esplin, Gardyne Street 

Medical Practitioner. 
F. J. Charlton, M.B., Ch.B., Eastgate 
House 

Millers. 
Cameron, Milldens 
Geo. Whittet, Boysack Mill 

Painter. 
J. Hutcheon, Millgate 

Slaters. 
Mrs Fraser, Andson Street 
Hugh Borland, Lunan Street 

Saddler. 
D. S. Adam, Gardyne Street 

Stationers and Newsagents. 
S. Murray, Gardyne Street 
M. A. T. Carr, Post Office 

Tailors. 
Wm. Whyte, Gardyne Street 
James Tosh, Gardyne Street 
John Davidson, Gardyne Street 
James Annandale, Westgate 

Watchmaker. 
Alexander Thomson, Union Street 



226 



ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



St Vigeans Directory 



POPULATION— Census 1921— St Vigeans Registration District, 1909 



ST VIGEANS PARISH CHURCH— Services ii. 15 a.m.; and 
April to October, 6.15 p.m. 
Minister— Rev. Charles Edward Duff, B.D. Session Clerk— William Gould, St 
Vigeans. Kirk Treasurer — Robert Donaldson, East Newton. Superintendent of 
Sabbath School— Rev. Charles E. Duff. Organist and Choirmaster— T. W. Par- 
sons, 54 Addison Place^ Arbroath. Registrar of Marriage Proclamations— Wm. 
Gould. Membership— 748. Church Officer— William Kydd, St Vigeans. 



No. 5 DISTRICT SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE— 

Arbroath and St Vigeans (Landward) , Arbirlot, Carmyllie, and 

Inverkeilor. 

Chairman — Rev. Alexander Mills, Colliston. Rev. C. E. Duff, St Vigeans; Messrs 
David Ramsay, Rosebank ; James Graham, Balcathie ; Patrick Baird, Craigend ; 
Robert Hume, Carmyllie. George S. Macdonald, Carmyllie; H. S. Buchan, 
Hilton; and William Beattie, St Vigeans. Clerk— James Mackintosh, solicitor, 
Arbroath. Officers— St Vigeans— William Gould. Inverkeilor— Charles Milne, 
Chapelton. Carmyllie — John Esplin. Arbirlot — Wm. M. Dunbar. 



ST VIGEANS PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmaster — William Beattie, F.E.I.S. Assistants — Catherine R. Fraser 
Jemima Paton. Roll — 96. 



ST VIGEANS TRADES LIST. 



Blacksmiths. 

George Millar, Bridgeton 
Robert Kerr, Drunkendub 
Tames Crabb. Auchmithie 
John Hanton, Denfield 



Bleachers. 
Watson & Co., Waulkmills 



Dairymen. 

G. Patterson, Letham Farm 
James Lamb, Muirheads 
William M'Ewan, Mains of Seaton 
Robert Law, West Seaton 
James Brown, West Kirkton 
James White, Bearfauld 
James Young, Beechwood 
Henry M'Leod, Birkhill 



Joi?ters and Millwrights. 
James Black, Drunkendub 
William Gould, St Vigeans 
David Smart, Seaton 
James Alexander, Colliston 

Market Gardeners. 
James Leadmgham, St Vigeans 
D. Leadingham, Bishop Lock 
C. Paterson. Woodville Feus 
Alexander Smith, Woodville 
William Mitchell, Woodville 
James Valentine, Woodville Feus 
Fred Wilkie, Woodville Feus 
Charles Valentine, Woodville Feus 
David Ramsay, Rosebank 
George Hodge, Marywell 
Charles Pratt, Hollybank 
Alexander Laing, Maryfield 



Rofe and Twine Sfinner. 
John Pringle, Tarry Mill 



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ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 227 



Carmyllie Directory. 



POPULATION— Census 1921— Carmyllie Parish, 847 

CARMYLLIE PARISH CHURCH— Service 11.15 a.m. 
Minister— Rev. James Gordon Lyon, M.A., B.D. Session Clerk and Superintendent 
of Sabbath School — Rev. J. G. Lyon. Membership — 207. Church Officer — Adam 
Reid, Glebe Cottage. Choirmaster and Organist — Andrew Graham Hamilton, 
Arbroath. 

CARMYLLIE U.F. CHURCH— Services at n a.m. (and 6 p.m.— First 
Sabbath of Month, April to October; Moonlight Sundays in Winter.). 
Minister— Rev. J. Thomson. M.A., U.F.C. Manse. Clerk of Deacons' Court— Rev. J. 

Thomson. Superintendent of Sabbath School — Vacant. Congregational Trea- 
surer James Sturrock, Greystone. Membership 182. 

GIRL GUIDES. 

President — Miss Ouchterlcny, The Guynd. Captain — Miss Imrie, Greystone. 

SCHOOLS. 
East School. — Headmaster— D. Ross Mackay. Assistant— Miss Elizabeth P. 

Watson. 
West School— Headmaster— H. L. Officer. Infant Mistress— Miss Margaret Imrie. 

Assistant — Miss Grace Gray. Roll — 66. Average attendance — 88.3. 

PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman— Carnegie Sim, Carnegie. Members— David Lind^av Hume, Mains; Ron- 
ald Murray Hume, Hillhead ; Rev. J. Gordon Lyon, The Manse; Rev. John 
Thomson, U.F. Manse; Charles Potter, Red ford ; William Moffat Walker, Red- 
ford. Clerk— 0. lioss Maekay, East Schoolhouse. Medical Officer— William 
Barron, M.D., Letham. Representative to Arbroath District Committee of 
County Council — David L. Hume. 

INSPECTOR OF TOOR, COLLECTOR OF RATES, & REGISTRAR. 

Inspector of Poor— D. Ros*. Mackay. East Schoolhouse. Collector of Ratts — D. Ross Mackay 
Registrar— H. L. Officer, West Schoolhouse. 

POST OFFICES. 

Carmyllie — Mrs A. Binnie, Postmistress. Post arrives 9.15 a.m.; leaves 12.35 p.m.; 
11.50 on Saturdays. 

Greystone— James Sturrock, Postmaster. Post arrives 10 a.m.; leaves 1.30 p.m. 
On Saturday at 11.35 a.m. 

INTERNATIONAL PLOUGHMEN'S SOCIETY— Carmyllie Branch. 

President— Henry Milne. Vice-President — James Sturrock. Secretary and Trea- 
surer—David T. Webster, Redford. Committee— J. S. Fairweather, G. Soutar, 
D. Cowie, D. T. Webster. 
SCOTTISH RURAL WORKERS' APPROVED SOCIETY— Carmyllie Branch. 

President— Charles Walker, Redford. Committee— John Ferrier, Cairnconon; J as, 
S. Fairweather, Sladc ; David Hay, Crofts; William Bowden, Leys of Boysack ; 
Alex. Kydd, Slade ; James Robertson, Slade. Secretary— David T. Webster, 
Redford. Representative to Branch District meetings — Alex. Kydd, Slade. 

CARMYLLIE TRADES LIST. 



Blacksmiths. 
William Mudie, Redford 
John Sturrock, Hayhillock 

Coal Merchant. 
James Stott, Redford 

Grocers. 
Charles Walker, Redford 
Mrs A. Binnie, Redford 
Charles Anderson, Cairnconon 
James Sturrock, Greystone 



Joiner. 
William Buchan, Redford 

Policeman. 
George Taylor, Redford 

Railway Station — D, & A. J. /Railway. 
Agent— W. M. Walker 

Shoemakers. 
David T. Webster 



228 ARBROATH YEAR BOOK. 



Arbiriot i Directory. 



POPULATION— Census 1921— Arbiriot Parish, 789. 

ARBIRLOT PARISH CHURCH. 
Minister— Rev. A, C. Kennedy, B.D. Session , Clerk— Rev. A. C. Kennedy, B.D. 
Organist and Choirmaster — James Donaldson'. Superintendent of Sunday School 
— Rev. A. C. Kennedy,' B.D. Women's Guild— President — Mrs Kennedy; Vice- 
President — Mrs Brown, Peasiehill. Secretary— Miss Binnie, Fauldiehill ; Trea- 
surer — Miss Hynd, Nether Kelly. Church Officer — Wm. Birse, Arbiriot. Sexton — 
William Birse. Membership — 250. 

ARBIRLOT U.F. CHURCH— Services at 11.15 a.m. (and 6 p.m. 
from April to September. 
Minister — Rev. John Oliver. Minister Emeritus — Rev. E. T. Vernon, M.A., 
Portobello. Clerk of Deacons' Court — Mr A. Binnie, Gallowden. Treasurer 
of Central Fund — R. Norrie, Denhead. Treasurer of Congregational Fund — W. 
Craig, Post Office. Superintendent of Sunday School — The Minister. Organist 
— Miss" Hamilton. Women's Association— President, 1 'Mrs Oliver; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Mrs M'Pherson, Millhilli; . Church Officer— Alex. Bushnell. "Mem- 
bership— r77. ...... 

SCOTTISH WOMEN'S RURAL, INSTITUTE— Arbiriot Branch. ,., 
Hon. President— Mrs Briggs, Kelly Castle. President— Mrs Oliver, U.F. Manse. 
Vice-President — Mrs Kennedy, E.C. Manse. Secretary — xvliss Blues. Treas. — 
Mrs Ramsay Smart. :.'■'■':■, 

■■ ! .POST OFFICE. ,...•,. 
Postmistress — Miss J. A. Craig. Delivery, 8 a.m. Despatch, 2.30; 12.35 p.m. on Satur- 
I, days. Letter Carriers— Arbiriot to Firth Cottage and District — James Smith, Ar- 
biriot; Arbroath to Greystone— J. Fairweather, 26"Kyd Street, Arbroath. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
Headmaster — John H. Omond. Infant Mistress — Miss Agnes Duncan. Assistants 
— Miss Janetta Lindsay, Miss Joan Walker. Yearly Average— 92.1. 

PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman — John Harris, Crudie. Members — William Craig, Patrick Anderson Baird, 
W. Kydd, R. Binnie, C. Henry, R. Norrie. Inspector of Poor and Collector 
of Rates — William Dunbar, Shelterfteld, Arbiriot. Registrar — David Buchan, 
joiner, Arbiriot. 

U.F. CHURCH WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 
President-;— Mrs "Oliver, U.F. Manse. Secretary and ' Treasurer— Mrs A. M'Pher- 
son, Millhill. 

ARBIRLOT TRADES LIST. 
Blacksmiths. j Joiners, &*c. 

Wm. Fowlie, Salmond's Muir | David Buchan, Arbiriot 

John Lamont, Arbiriot \ John Julian & Son, Mu-irdrum 

James Shields, Bonnington 

Grocers. 

Charles Henry, Arbiriot 

James Thomson, Salmond's Muir 

Butcher . 
Charles Henry * Miss Craig 



Miller. 
George M'Pherson, Millhill. 



Postmistress. 



Auchmithie Directory. 

AUCHMITHIE PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11:15 a.m. 
Minister—Rev. R. Ingram. Clerk and Treasurer to Trustees and Managers— Rev. 
R. Ingram. Session : Clerk— A. JLVJL. Buttar, M.A., Schoolhouse, Auchmithie. 
Church Officer — Henry Spink, 61 Auchmithie. Membership — 123. 
. ., .• ■,, AUCHMITHIE PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
Headmaster— A. M. Buttar, M..A. Roll— 64. Average Attendance— 58. . 



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Collision Directory. 



, . ... iCOLLISTQN PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11 a.m.. > 

Minister— Rev. A. Mills, The Manse. Session Clerk— Rev. A. Mills. Superintendent 
of Sabbath School-^-Rev: A. Mills. Clerk and Treasurer— Mr Tames Stirling, 
jun., Willow Cottage. Membership— 328. Church Officer— Joseph Esplin, Gowan- 
bank Village. ;•-' 

COLLISION U.F. CHURCH— Service at n a.m. 
Minister— Rev. A. Murray Scott, M.A. Session Clerk, Clerk of Deacons' Court. 
and Superintendent of Sabbath School— The Minister. Women's Foreign Mis- 
sion Treasurer — Miss Scott, The ^ianse. Treasurer to Sustentation Fund — 
Alex. Mitchell, Colliston. Organist— Ben Strachan, 255 High Street, Arbroath. 
Church Officer— Andrew Mackay, Gowanbank. Membership— 93. 

COLLISTON PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmaster — A. D. Leadingham. Roll — 111. Average attendance — 98. 



COLLISTON TRADES LIST. 



Blacksmiths. 
W. Edwards, Colliston Mill 



Grocers. 
James Nairn 
A. Pyott 

Innkeeper. 
Alexander Rae 

Joiner. 
J. Alexander, Colliston Mill 



Market Gardeners. 
Mrs Downie, W. Jennyswells 
1. Wood, Jennyswells 
D. Ramsay, Rosebank 

Letter Deliveries and Despatches. 
Post arrives 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., leaving 
1.50 p.m. and 5 p.m. daily except 
Sunday. 

Shoemaker. 
John Gibson 

Tailor. 
Alexander Mitchell 



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nverkeilor Directory. 



Itiverkeilor Parish— 1376. Lunan ' Parish— 327. 

INVERKEILOR' PARISH CHURCH— Service at n a.m. 
Minister — Rev. Andrew Halden. Treasurer for Church — Henry S. Buchan of 
Hilton. Superintendent of Sabbath School — Rev. Andrew Halden. Sabbath 
School meets in Church at 12.30. Leader of Psalmody— William Taylor, 9 An- 
derson Street, Arbroath. Membership — 362. Church Officer and Sexton — William 
Robertson,, Anderson Terrace. Elders — Henry S. Buchan, George Matthewson. 

INVERKEILOR U.F. CHURCH— Services at n a.m. and 6 p.m. 

Minister — Rev. J. Adams,- B.D. Congregational Treasurer — John Gibb, Inver- 

keilor. Central Fund and Foreign Missions' Treasurer — Alfred Kydd, Inver- 

keilor. Organists— Miss Rhoda Kydd and Miss Maggie Gibb. Church Officer — 

John Monro, Inverkeilor. Membership — 100. ■■ '.. ■ 1 

LOCAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE— Under Committee No. 5. 
Henry S. Buclian. 

INVERKEILOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmaster — Alexander Iaglis. infants' Mistress — Rhoda Kydd. Assistants — Mar- 
garet Moir, Bella Torrie, -.and Gertrude Low. Average attendance — 185. 
School Soup Kitchen — Mrs Tavlor. ; 

; REGISTRARS. 

Inverkeilor — Al. Inglis, merchant, Lunan — Archibald Wilson, Schoolhouse. 



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CHAPELTON PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

Headmistress — Miss A. Milne. Average attendance — 40 to 50. 

INVERKEILOR PARISH COUNCIL. 

Chairman— D. C. F. R. Lindsay Carnegie of Kinblethmont. Members — R. M. Leslie, 
Muirhouses; Thomas J. Meikle. Boghead; John Meikle, The Grange; David "W. 
Morgan, Ethie Mains; James Hynd, Hodgeton ; Robert A. Burness, Leys of Boy- 
sack; Harry S. Buchan, Hilton; Harry A. Grant, Raesmill. Inspector of Poor, 
Clerk to Parish Council, and Collector of Rates— A. Inglis. 

LUNAN PARISH CHURCH— Service at 11.15 a.m. 
Minister— Rev. W. P. Cox, M.A. Kirk Session— Thomas l^lwards, John Torrie. 
David Tollv, William Lawrence, Alexander Thomson, Archibald Wilson. 
Session Clerk— Archibald Wilson. Superintendent of Sabbath School— Mr Co*. 
Church Officer— Wm. Lawrence. Membership— 100. Organist— Constance Wilson. 
Representatives from Lunan to CRAIG, LUNAN AND MARYTON 
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE. 
David Jolly, Braehead ; John 'Torrie, Lunan Home Farm; Archibald Wilson, 

LUNAN SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 
James Carson, John Torrie, Archibald Wilson, and David Jelly. 
M. Wills, Town Clerk's Office, Montrose. 

LUNAN PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
Headmaster— Archibald Wilson, F.E.I.S. Assistant— Lily E. Porter. 
of School Year — 31st July. 

LUNAN PARISH COUNCIL. 
Chairman— Col. H. F. Blair Imrie. Members— D. Jolly, G. Jarrcn, J. Shciret, and 
H. W Dodds. Reps, to District Committee— Col. H. F. Blair Imrie. Inspector 01 
Poor, Collector of Rates, and Registrar— Arch. Wilson. Burial Ground Clerk 
— A. Wilson. 

INVEREILOR WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE. 
Hon President— Hon. N. Arbuthnott. President— Mrs Morgan, Ethic Mams. 
Vice-President— Mrs Dodds, Nether Dysart. Secretary— Mrs Inglis, School- 
house. Treasurer— Miss Kydd, The Bakery. 

INVERKEILOR AND LUNAN TRADES LIST. 
Baker. 1 ■?»«• 



Clerk — Gecrge 



Roll— 37. End 



A. Kydd & Co. 

Blacksmiths. 
Geo. Mathewson, Chapelton of Boysack 
Joseph Chapman, Camperdown 
James Edwards, Newbarns 
Robert Kerr, Drunkendub 
David Burns, Craigpark 
Thos. Edwards, Braehead of Lunan 
A. Edwards, crofter, Braehead 



Brick and Tile Manufacturers. 
Stewart, John, & Son, Anniston 



Carrier. 
Chapman, Camperdown— Tuesday 
and Friday 



Coal Merchants. 
Thos. Muir. Son, & Patton, Ltd 
Smith. Hood, & Co. 



Grocers. 
Alexander Inglis 
A. Kvdd & Co. 



Chance Inn — John Cables 

Millers'. 
Alexander Wilson, Anniston 
G. Whittet, Boysack Mills 

Post Office. 
Postmistress— Grace Kydd. Deliveries at 

9 a.m. and 2.30 v m. Despatches, 

10 o'clock and 4.30 p.m. 

Shoemaker. 
James Kydd 

Storekeeper. 
W. Robertson, Station 

Tailor. 
John Davidson 

Wrights. 
J. Black, Drunkendub 
Stewart Lindsay (blacksmith & wngnt), 

Balmullie Mill 
David Jolly, Lunan 

John Soutar, joiner, ChapeUon ot Boj- 
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FARMERS' LIST. 



Farmers, &c., in Eastern Forfarshire. 

(Arranged according to Parishes). 



Arbroath and St Vigeans. 

Alexander, James, Colliston Mill 

Anderson, John, Warddykes 

Anderson, Firthmuir 

Batchelor, F., North Tarrie 

Black, John, Swirlebum 

Bell, P., Brunton and Cauldcots 

Bennet, G., Colliston Mill 

Booth, F„ East Seaton 

Braid, Andrew, Cotton of Colliston 

Bruce, R. F. D., Colliston Castle 

Burnett, S. E. S., BerryhiU 

Carr, Alexander, Woodville Farm 

Christie, David, Peebles 

Cooper, David, Gowanbank 

Cooper, Peter, Annfield 

Corsar, Harry, Woodville 

Coutts, Win., Silverwell 

Cowie, James, Bankfoot 

Croekatt, James, West Newton 

Crook, W. L., Maryfield 

Donald, A., Mid Peebles 

Donaldson, Robert J., East Newton 

Duncan. A. R-, of Parkhill 

Duncan, Com. J., Magungie 

Edwards, W., Loanhead 

Findlay, Geo., Denside 

Fitchet, James, Whitehall •'-■■ ; " 

Fleming, David, Brax Cottage 

Fletcher, Mrs Fitzroy, Letham Grange 

Fletcher, Conway Grant, Letham Grange 

Forbes, James, Cairnie 

Francis, George A., West Seaton 

Garland, Alex.S., W. Grange of Conon 

Geddes, D., Woodside, Colliston 

Gilruth, Mrs, Seaton of Auchmithie 

Grant, Harry A.. Mains of Dickmontlaw 

Grant,, Colin, Denfield 

Grant, George, Mains of Auchmithie 

Grant, James, Firthfield 

Gray, J. H., Muirheads 

Greig, W., Seaton House 

Hay, John, Knowehead, Dickmontlaw 

Hay, Miss, East Kirkton 

Henderson, John, Newbigging (West) 

Hodge George, Marywell 

Inverarity, John, Dummiesholes 

Keillor, W., Cotton of Letham 

Kerr, James, Blairbank 

Laing, Alex., Maryfield 

Lawson, T., Castleton 

Leadingham, D., Bishoploch 

Leuchars, Alex., West Mill, Colliston 

Lowsbn, Alexander D., Elmbank - 

M'Ewan, Wm., Mains of Colliston 

M'Ewan, Wm., Mains of Seaton 

M'Leod, Birkhill 

Macgregor, Miss A. J., of Abbethune 

Martin, Peter, Bramble Cottage.. 

Menmuir, David, Upper Newbigging 

Mjlne, —., Millfield 

Mitchell, James, Grange of Conon 

Morgan, James W., Grange of Conon 



Morgan, Percy E., Windyhills 

Morrison, T., Inverlochy 

Muckart, Robert, South Grange of Conon 

Muirhead, Robert, Firhills 

Paterson, G., Mains of Letham 

Patterson, A., Smithyhill 

Pattison, A., Boysack Hill 

Pattison, Alex. M., Firthmuir 

Paul, G., Woodlands Farm 

Rait, Wm., Highlands of Conon 

Ramsay, D., Rosebank 

Ramsay, James, Cotton of Letham. 

Rattray, R., Park Conon. 

Rennie, D., 'North Mains of Letham 

Ritchie, Wm., Cairnconon 

Roberts, Joseph, Drumyellow 

Scott, Thomas, West Newton 

Shanks, James, engineer, Denfield 

Smart, Andrew. O., N. Tarry ' 

Smart, C. Ramsay, Woodlands 

Smart, William M., N. Tarry 

Smith, Robert, Grange of Conon 

Spence, James, Nether Newbigging 

Stirling, James, Willow Cottage 

Taylor, T., ^ennyswell 

Taylor, DaVid, Gowanbank 

Webster., Sir Francis, Ashbrook 

Weighton, David, Brax 

White, James., Bearfauld 

Wilkie, Jaines, Millfield Feus ' 

Wilson, A. B. G., Abbethune Farm House 

Williamson, George, Springwell 

Wilson,, Wm., Grange of Conon : 

Young, J., Beechwood 



Arbirlot. 

Baird, Patrick .' A., Craigend 

Binnie;.' Robert, Fauldie-hill 

Bowie, R. C, Mains of Kelly 

Brown, John, -Peasiehill .-.. .,-.: . ., 

Brown, Mrs Mary, Hunterspath ,'. 

Buchanan, Chas., Athole Cottage, Elliot 

Carrie, James S., Emilbank, Elliot 

Donaldson, W. & . D:, Greenford 

Dunbar, Alex., Shelterfield ;. : 

Fairlie, James, West Balmirmer 

Fairlie, James* Easter Bonhard . i 

Fairlie, Andrew, Braeside 

Fyfe, Mi-s, Crudieacxes 

Gould, Ben.y ■ keeper, Palace Green 

Graham, Jamesv i Balcathie 

Guild, Wm., Easter ;.Kno«: . 

Harris, John; Grudie . 

Hay, John, Panlathy '• . '.,, 

Hynd, James, Nether Kelly ' 

Ireland,- Mrs, East Balmirmer 

Jack, Andrew,>.Pitcun.drum ■■ 

Jack, " James,' Pitcundrum . , : ,, 

Kydd, William, Loohaber . . ; 

Lamb, David, Blindwells ■'<■'• 

Maxwell, David,' .Panlathy Mill 

M'Phe*so*,. .Charles, MiUhill/ j -,,'_ 



FARMERS' LIST. 



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Norrie, Robert, Denhead 

Scott, Win, R., Addison, Newton 

Sievwright, J., Bonnington 

Smart, J., Kelly&eld 

SouUr, Charles, Bank of Arinrlot 

Strachan, J., Fallaws of Lina 

Thomson, James, Salmond's Muir 

Young, ffm., Cuthlie 



Invtrksilor. 

Anderson, J. H., Redcastle 
Bell, James, Gilchorn 
Bell, William, Kinaldie 
Black, Peter, West Boghead 
Buchaa, Harry S., Hilton 
Burness, Robert, Leys of Boysack 
Cargill, The Misses, Leysmill 
Carnegie, D. C. Lindsay, of Kin- 

blethmont 
Carnegie, Mrs H. A. F. Lindsay, of 

Aaniston 
Cowan, Duncan, Iroashill 
Edwards, James, Newbarns 
Esplin, W. K., Spynie Hoase, Leysmill 
Gilruth, Mrs, Seaton of Aiichsnithie 
Graham, Robert M., Kirktoa 
Hamilton, William, of Bryaaton 
Hay, D-, Lawton and Westfield 
Hynd, James, Boysack Mill 
Hynd, James, jun., Hodgetoa 
Hynd, J., Raesmill 
Jarron, James A., Rosehill 
Laing. Peter, Meg Taylor's Laad 
Lawson, Alex. A., Newton of Boysack 
Leslie, James, Maryton 
Leslie, John, Maryton 
Leslie, Robt. M., W. Muirhouse 
Leslie, William. Maryton 
Lindsay, R., W. Mains of Kinblethmont 
Macgregor, Alexina J.. Abbethune 
Mathewson. Geo., Chapelton of Boysack 
Meikle. John, Grange 
Meikle, Thomas, Boghead 
Middleton, James, Newbarns 
Mitchell, Norman, Myreside 
Morgan, D. W., jun.. Ethie Mains 
Moves, H. B., East Border 
Moves. W., Douglasmuir 
Nicoll, David S., Burnside ot Fallaw 
Nicoll. — ., Balmullie Hall 
Phillips, Alex., Burnside of Boysack 
Ritchie, Andrew, Knowes of -Boysack 
Ritchie, John, Reps, of, Janestoa 
Samson, David, Helenstown 
Scott, J. Moffat, Inchock . 

Smith. Isa & Betsy, New Mill of Ethie 
Smith, Peter, Pool 
Soutar, Andrew, Templeton 
Stephen. Mrs Isa., West Border 
Stewart, Charles, Annison . . 

Stirling, A. K., North Mains of Ethie 
Taylor, James, Hassock 
Wallace, A., Lunanbank 
Whittet. G., Boysack Mill . 
Wilson, A. W., miller, Annutoa Mill 



Kinnell. 

Arnot, David P., Hatton Mill 

Batchelor, F., M., and G., Kinnell Mill 

Beattie, George, Pamphray 

Black, George and.Gavin, Egypt 

Blair, Mrs, Muirside 

Cargill, Alexander, Muirside 

Carrie, James, Muirside 

Christisoa, J., Polmeod 

Croal, Wm., Towerton 

Cuthill, John, Whandland 

Dargie, John, Giglity Burn 

Doig, Wm. W., Bolshan 

Esplin, William, Muirside 

Ferrier, Wm., jun., Damside 

Hamilton, James, Easter Ifcrakie 

Harris, John, Muirside 

Leslie, Peter, Hill of Bolshaa 

Low, Charles, Pitmikie 

Mann, Wm., Muirmills 

Miln, David, Muirside 

M'Niven, Duncan, Willanyards 

Moyes, Harry, Renmure 

Moyes, James, Renmure 

Moyes, W. C, Renmure 

Muggins, 'James D., Muirside 

Nicoll, Wm., West Braikie 

Nicoll, Mrs, Wester Brakie 

Nicoll, R., Margt., & Jessie, Mainsbank 

Russell, James, Sheepsfauld 

Smart, George, Muirside 

Smith, Hugh, Waterston of Kinnell 

Smith, James M'Craw. Pool 



Smith, David & Peter, Pool 
Taylor, James, East Glasterlaw 
Thomson, Andrew, Viewkaak 
Thomson, James, Whitehills 
Thomson, William, jun., Muirside 
Towns, Hector, Muirside 
Turnbull, James, Glasterlaw 
Watson, John, Freelands 
Wvllie, James, East Freelandi 



Kirkitn. 

Alexander, J., Mains of Dumaarrow 
Alexander, William, Kinneties 
Birse, John M., Ascurrybank 
Brodie, J. C. B. Callander, of Idvie« 
Doctor, Andrew, Friock Mains 
Garden, Alex., Backboath 
Gardyne, Miss Bruce, of Middletoa 
Goodfellow, George H.. Newton Idvies 
Gray, Alex., Blairs, Dumbarrow 
Gray, David, Blairs, Dumbarrow 
Gray, D., Falladvbank 
Hadden, David & William, Dentoa Mill 
Hart. H., Legaston 

Henderson, Chas. E., Cotton of Gardyae 
Inverarity, James, Hillkirk 
Inverarity, Wm., North Dumbarrow 



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FARMERS' LIST. 



Irons; Elizabeth, BractuMo Mill 
Irons, Thos. C, Bractullo Mill 
Jamieson, J., Gaslc 
Leslie, -John, Knockhill 
Lyell, Alexander, of Gardyne 
M'Kay. John, Balmuir 
M'Leod, Joseph, Dumbarrow 
Norrie's Trustees. Hillhead of Ascurry 
Ogilvte, Mrs Isa., Ascurrymill 
Fattison, James, Idvies 
Paul, Arthur, West Cotton of Gardyne 
Re id, Charles, West Idvies 
Roy, Wm., jurt., Bridgend 
Scott, James D., Ascurry 
Sheriff, David, Dumbarrow Bridge 
Tindal, John, Dumbarrow Mill 
Walker, John, Pitmuis Mill 
Watson, John, Gardvne Home Farm 
Watt, J. and R., Bractullo 
Whitton. Reps, of A.. E. Mains of Dum- 
barrow 



Panbride. 

Aikeahead, Wm., Auchrennie 

Bell, P.. Heughhead 

Bowie, Miss, Carlogie 

o-ui.,, joK.» w. rlatton 

Colquhoun, Hugh, Mains of Panmure 

Couper, James, West Scryne 

Cowe, Alfred, Balhousie 

Duncan, James, Panbride 

Duthie, Alex., Firth 

Farquharson, Walter, Cairncortie 

Forbes, Peter, Muirdrum 

Kerr, John, Rottenrow 

Kyda, James, East Scryne 

Martin, John, Middleton of Panbride 

M'Gill. G.. Westhaveu 

Nivea. — ., Pitlivie 

Robertson, A., Crombie Mills 

Smith, Alexander, Buckvhillock 

Steven. W., Craigmill 

Stewart, Mrs, Panbride 

Swan. William C, Inverpeffer 

M'Gill, G.. Balmachie 



Barry. 

Ballantyne, Clayholes 

Batchelor, F. M & G.. Grange of Barry 

Batchelor. F. M. 4 G., Crookhill 

Bell. Thos., Newton 

Bowie, R. C., Ravensby House 

Carnoustie Town Council, Ward's Farm 

Donachie, Andrew, Waterybutts 

Easson, Alex., Barrv Mills 

Gibson. 'James. Annfield 

Hay, Carlungie 

Leslie, Alexander, Burnside of Barrv 

Leslie. W.. Westcotside 

MTLaren, F., Benthead, Panmure, and 

The Neuk 
Mills, Matthew, Lochend 
Milne, D. J. S.. Woodhill 



Pattullo, J. H., Pitskelly 
Scott, W., Woodhill 
Semple, James, Old Downie 
Small, Mrs, Cotside. 
Thomson, W.. Greenlawhill 



Larmyllit. 



Adam, Wm., West Skichen 

Binnie, Mrs, Glentyrie 

Black, George, Greystone 

Black, Hugh, Greystone 

Boath, Robt., juo., Muiredge 

Crighton, D., Westhills 

Cooper P., Annfield, Brax 

Cowie, D., Curleys 

Cowie, Misses, Cockhill 

Dowall, John, N. Mains of Cononsyth 

Duncan, David, Drummvgar 

Duthie, Alex., Firth 

Edgar, J., Wardnook 

Esjflin, William, West Laverockhall 

Fullarton, G., Forehills & Berryhillock 

Garden, A., Backboath 

Gardiner, William, Smythton 

Gardiner, William, New Mains of Guynd 

Gibb, D., Conon 

Gibb, John, Montquhir 

Gray, Mrs J., Drummigar 

Hume, D. & D. L., Mains of Carmyllie 

Hume, R. and R. M., Hillhead 

Inglis, J., Muiredge 

Law, John. Westward 

Lindsay, James, Greenfield 

Lindsay, William, Chamberlain Knowe 

M'Doaald, Charles, Slade 

M'Donald, Charles, jr., Slade 

M 'Donald, W., Laverockhall 

M'Kay, David, Greystone 

M'Owan, Wm., Dykehead 

Martin, David, Dustydrum 

Martin, John, Goats 

Mathieson, Ale*., Ditch of Cononsyth 

Millar, Peter, Croftsmuir 

Ouchterlony, Commander T. C. A. H. t 

of Guynd 
Phillips, David, Smallburn 
Purvis, Charles. Brae of Conon 
Rennie, Tom, Currend 
Ritchie, Jas., S. Mains of Coaonsyth 
Robb, George, Easthills 
Robertson, Ross, Lochlair 
Robertson, Benjamin S„ Drummigar 
Rose, Mr, Cotterton of Carnegie 
Russell, D., Mossend and Diltymoss 
Samson, Wm., Mid Mains of Cononsyth 
Scott, Mrs C, Newton of Carmyllie 
Sim, Carnegie, Carnegie 
Smith, Mrs Wm., East Ward 
Soutar, D., Milton of Carmyllie 
Soutar, David, Westhills 
Soutar, John L., Milton Haugh 
Sturrock, R,. Burnhead & Podge 
Taylor, David, Birns 
Weir, Ralph, Crofts and Milton of 

Conon 
Young, David, Cononsvth 



farmers: list. 



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. Guthrie. • . 

Adam, Fred.,. Milton 
Bladworth, Win. D., Wood'side of Turin 
Cameron, Hugh, Glastei law 
Dryden, George G..^ Bents of Turin 
Fenton, Thomas, Pickerton of Turin 
Guthrie, J. D. M., Capt., Guthrie Castle 
Hill, David, Rockhead 
Hill, W., Langlands of Turin 
Martin, Alex., sen. and jun., Heughhead 
M'Gowan, Jas., Hillside of Guthrie {': 
M'Naughton, Alexander, East Mains 
Ogilvie, D., Broadfaulds of Turin 
Robertson, David, trustees, Newton 
Rennie, John, Millfield of Guthrie . 
Scrimgeour, Alex.,- Dubton of Turin 
Scrimgeour, Wm., Mos'ston Muir. 



Lundn. 

Christison, Andrew, Dunnihald 
Dodds, Henry W., Nether Dysart 
Edwards, Andrew, Br'aehead of Lilnan' 
Gray, George, Boddin ''': ... ■ ;■' 
Hood, Mrs, Gighty Burn 



Imrie, Ifcfol. rH. E.. ; Blajr, Lunan House 
Jarron, George, Arbik^e 
Jolly, David, Braehead of Lunan 
Meikle, Gavin, Courthpl 
Millar, Joseph, Hawkhill 
Sherret, James, Springfield..., 
Stirling, Alex. K.., Drumbertnot ■ '.,• 
Tindal,' John, .-Dysart ; 



■ Arbroath Burgh. 

Bennet, J., Little Cairnie 

Buick,. Wm., Hospitalneld 

Christie, — ., Newbigging 

Forbes, James, Cairnie 

Francis, G. A., Tarrywards & .-Cliffburn 

Gray, Donaldson, Gallowden 

Laing, James, Annfield 

Laing, James, East Muirlands 

Moir, E., Rosebrae . 

Patterson, C., Em'islaw' 

Scott, Mrs J. M., Bloomneld , 

Sherrit, Alex:, jun., Culloden "' ', 

Webster, W. W., Denley " 



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YEAR BOOK ADVERTISEMENTS. 237 



Awarded Highest Diploma Glasgow Exhibition. 



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D. & A. Preserve Go. 

LIMITED 

Were Awarded HIGHEST DIPLOMA for 

. . their Exhibit of High-Class . . 

Jams, Jellies, Marmalade and Peel 



AT THE 1922 



Bayers, Grocers and Allied Trades 
Exhibition in Glasgow. 



This is only another Testimony to the unbroken 
record for Purity and Excellence which these Pre- 
serves have so honourably held for Half a Century. 



PROCURE A SAMPLE OF OUR 

"QUEEN'S TABLE" PRESERVES 

And you will unhesitatingly confirm this verdict. 



D. & A. toeseroe Go. Ltd. 

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C. Y. MYLES & SONS 






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being in the first of 
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